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Children's Hospital Boston Presents: Tackling Concussions Head On

 

Children's Hospital Boston

 

Join Mark R. Proctor, MD, director of the Brain Injury Center, as he leads a dynamic discussion on concussions in pediatric patients during a live, interactive Webcast. A multidisciplinary team, including members of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuropsychology, Neuroradiology and Sports Medicine, will discuss the signs of mild and severe concussions, on-field symptom management, the psychological toll of concussions, and best practices for treatment and follow-up.

This event will be streamed live on September 12th at 6:00pm. Click HERE for complete details.

 

Baseball Pitching Health and Performance Seminar - December 5, 2010

BSMPG

BSMPG

 

BSMPG along with Children's Hosptial Boston, Division of Sports Medicine and New England Sports Partners are pround to present the 2010 Baseball Pitching Health and Performance Seminar December 5th at Children's Hosptial, Boston MA.

This conference features "the father of pitching mechanics" Dr. Tom House and New England's own, Mike Boyle along with Dan India from Qualisys North Amercia and Health Care providers from Children's Hospital Boston.  This event is an absolute must for coaches, parents, athletic trainers, physical therapists and aspiring baseball athletes looking to get the most out of their training while maintaining a healthy throwing shoulder and elbow.

Please join us on December 5th at Children's Hospital Boston for this unique event.

 

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