5 Facts About Soccer Concussions
- Most concussions can be prevented.
- Concussions are the most dangerous youth injury in soccer – even more so with girls!
- There are 4 distinct categories of signs to recognize a concussion.
- Headgear and other devices designed to cushion the hit may not be as effective as you may think.
- Many long-term effects of soccer concussions are easily treatable if recognized.
Concussions can have very serious side effects. Do you know them all? They can affect learning, long-term memory, coordination, cause nausea, vomiting, sleep problems, and even loss of consciousness!
This is the most complete guide ever written on the subject of soccer related concussions.
I’ve partnered up with a renowned medical expert (and consulted with athletic trainers, coaches and parents)to put together this extensive book on how to treat, diagnose, and prevent soccer related concussions.
In “Concussions Caused by Soccer” you’ll learn…
- The leading causes of concussions today, and how to avoid them
- The most common symptoms of a concussion and how to recognize them immediately
- A full explanation of concussions that anyone can understand
- The best concussion recovery methods and ones you should avoid
- Proven methods for preventing over-use injuries
- Post Concussion syndrome- what is it? How to best perform it and why it’s so important
- Risk factors and how to minimize them
Plus much, much more!