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Current Issues in Scholastic Concussions: Return to Play Plus Return to Learn

Click here to view the presentations from the 4/28/15 program.

In the News

Hartford Courant Concussion Series

Newtown Bee – Football playoff picture has new look as safety takes precedence 12/11/14 – Quote from CSMS Sports Medicine Chair Carl Nissen, MD

2014 Concussion Legislation

PUBLIC ACT 14-66 AN ACT CONCERNING YOUTH ATHLETICS AND CONCUSSIONS – CSMS was successful in moving forward to protect all children and youth who play contact sports in Connecticut. This law strengthens the definition of a concussion, and clarifies notification and return to play responsibilities. It also establishes a statewide Task Force to develop recommendations on expanding the statute to all youth, not only those participating in scholastic sports. This task force will have significant physician and CSMS involvement. Among others, appointees will include:

• A member of CSMS
• A representative of the American Association of Neurology
• A physician trained in sports medicine
• A representative of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
• A pediatrician

Click here for the full text of PA 14-66.

Concussion Corps

Concussion Corps is a Connecticut-based nonprofit that provides medical and professional services, including:

  • The Science of Concussion (webinar)
  • Home Prescription: Cognitive Rest and Sub-Symptom Pacing
  •  Transitioning Back to Academics: Return to Learn before Return to Play
  • Concussion Management Teams at School
  • Rehabilitative Services
  • Chronic Symptoms: PCS vs. Other Co-Morbidities
  • Legislation Throughout the U.S.
  • Reference Articles



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