Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Traumatic Brain Injuries Making Football Parent Hesitant
We all want our children to be active and involved, so for football parents the sport provides that and more however there is a growing concern about head injuries involved with the sport. People have mixed views on the age that a child should be able to be involved with this on contact sport. Parents are beginning to worry about the strong disadvantages that may be involved with allowing their children to play this sport which frequently results in head on head collisions or a child at the bottom of the pile. The MSKTC feels that is is very important to gain Understanding of TBI as well as understand how it could possibly affect a young person after that have become a victim of Traumatic Brain Injury. Do you know a child that has sustained a brain injury from football?
Posted by MSKTC Administrator at 10:10 AM