Posts Tagged ‘Patrick Grange’

By On June 20th, 2014

Soccer rivals football for concussion risks

With the World Cup we are seeing a lot more of soccer and with the increased televised games we are paying more attention to the injuries sustained by soccer players. There has been a lot of attention paid recently to the dangers of “heading the ball” in soccer as a potential cause of  brain injury.…


By On March 18th, 2014

First Soccer and Rugby Players Diagnosed With CTE

Repeated brain injuries is a big topic of concern for organized sports right now. While the NFL gets the spotlight for denying the seriousness of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, reports are coming out detailing the dangers of bouncing a ball of your head repeatedly, or playing an intense close-contact sport. Earlier this month chronic traumatic encephalopathy,…

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