May 02, 2022 / Sports Medicine
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 to gather more information and lead to changes in the recognition, diagnosis, management and recovery of sport-related concussions in children and athletes.
In addition to original projects on the condition, our team are active contributors in regional and national projects, such as:
- Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine (PRiSM) Society Research Interest Group on Sport-Related Concussion – a collaborative and multidisciplinary group that discusses the gaps and opportunities in pediatric sport-related concussion research.
- Sport Concussion Outcomes in Pediatrics (SCOPE) - a multicenter study group made up of members of PRiSM Society who are collaborating on specific concussion projects.
- North Texas Concussion Network Prospective Registry (ConTex) - a large registry including patients from several organizations including a collaborative effort with our partners at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
- Shane M. Miller, M.D., Pediatric Sports Medicine Physician
- Predicting Persistent Postconcussive Symptoms in a Multicenter Sample of Youth Athletes Using the 5P Risk Score
- Jane S. Chung, M.D., Pediatric Sports Medicine Physician
- Anxiety History and Injury Characteristics Among Young Athletes Who Did and Did Not Receive a CT Scan After a Concussion
- Jacob C. Jones, M.D., RMSK, Pediatric Sports Medicine Physician
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