Teen Sports and Concussions: What Every Parent Needs to Know

Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Dr. Robert Cantu, Mark Hyman

The statistics on teen concussions are on the rise party because of better diagnosis, partly because of better reporting. What’s clear is that the more we know, the more we understand how important it is for parents to understand enough about teen concussions to protect their children.

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November 2, 2012
Episode Guests
Dr. Robert Cantu, MA, MD, is Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery at BUSM & Director of Service, Sports Medicine at Emerson Hospital. He has also authored over 357 scientific publications, including 28 books on neurology and sports medicine. Mark Hyman is a sports journalist and author of the book about the troubled state of youth sports, Until It Hurts.
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