This youth football concussion infographic from Elkus, Sisson & Rosenstein, P.C. is a guide to any parent of a child that is currently participating in youth football or may participate in the future, and to any coach of a youth football team.  It provides reasons as to why and why not you should allow your child to play youth football.

Concussions can have harmful long term and even life time effects on their victims and the combination of full contact and fast speeds in football makes concussions a very common type of injury.  To help prevent long term injury effects this guide provides information on how long the decision making process of when to allow a concussion victim to participate again after the injury.  Also this graphic explains what steps to take to correctly treat a concussion to help decrease the seriousness of the injury.

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Concussions in Youth Football

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