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Concussion Recommendations for Your Young Athlete This Spring
Our sports medicine physicians’ research on concussions can help to guide you and your young athlete during their spring sport season.
Fatherly: What Parents of Young Athletes Need to Know About Concussion Recovery
Quality sleep is key for all kids and teens, as it helps their developing brains and bodies function properly. But according to a new study from Texas Scottish...
Sports Concussion – What you need to know
Our sports medicine experts have tips for what you should do if a young athlete gets a concussion.
FOX 4: Study finds concussion concerns for girls
All things are not equal when it comes to sports concussions. Dr. Shane Miller practices sports medicine at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. He said f...
Sport Related Concussions
As you and your family ramp up training and preparation for fall football, soccer, lacrosse and more, don’t miss an opportunity to review the signs and symptoms...
Sports Medicine Experts Present Four Sport Related Concussion Studies at National Meeting
Our sports medicine team cares for hundreds of young athletes with sport-related concussions each year. They invite patients to participate in projects that aim...
Reuters Health: Poor sleep linked to longer concussion recovery in kids
Getting a good sleep each night after a sports-related concussion might be linked to a shorter recovery time in adolescents, new research suggests. Young athlet...
Who Would Keep Playing After a Sport Related Concussion?
In a collaborative effort with our partners at UT Southwestern Medical Center and other local organizations, our specialists continue to evaluate data in a larg...
Keeping Up Concussion Management Updates
Shane M. Miller, M.D., has been treating young athletes with concussions in North Texas for more than 10 years. He has shared some latest changes in the approac...
Study of 400 Scottish Rite Patients with Sport Related Concussion Published
In a recently published Applied Neuropsychology: Child article, the Center for Excellence in Sports Medicine team described a study of 441 adolescents seen in o...