Blog Posts in September, 2016

  • GREEN BAY - It’s more than the sheer volume of Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields’ concussion history that could threaten his career. Shields wasn’t “blown up” in a high-speed, open-field collision Sunday. His helmet didn’t slam against the field. There was no blindside hit. No unexpected whiplash. READ FULL ARTICLE
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  • Part 1: Exercise as Treatment for Neurological Conditions

    || 9-Sep-2016

    There are plenty of beneficial reasons to be physically active. We know that regular exercise is a vital part of living a healthy and balanced life, and even in aiding in the prevention of disease. Getting out and moving our bodies can help us stay fit while boosting our mood with “feel good” hormones that are released by the brain during physical activity. Exercise has also proven to ...
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  • USA Today Interviews Dr. Williams About Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Future

    || 6-Sep-2016

    Experts stress caution with Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s future DARLINGTON, S.C. – Dale Earnhardt Jr. ’s continuing problem with vision as he recovers from a brain injury is not uncommon, according to a doctor familiar with sports-related concussions. Read full article
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