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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, Jeffrey J. Milroy, and Christine M. Baugh

graded return to play protocol ( NCAA, 2015 ), and this may feel unnecessary or frustrating. An athlete may also make an important play despite being symptomatic, casting doubt in their eyes on the evidence that concussions cause impaired sports performance ( Eckner, Kutcher, Broglio, & Richardson, 2014

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Taylor K. Wise

treatment plans. Collaboration should be between medical physicians, athletic trainers, mental health professionals, dietitians/nutritionists, coaches, and student-athletes d. Pattern 4 : Establish a return-to-play protocol for student-athletes 10. Theme J: Return-to-Play/Participation a. Pattern 1 : A

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Megan M. Byrd, Anthony P. Kontos, Shawn R. Eagle, and Samuel Zizzi

prepared to cope with and understand what to expect. It is important that all clinicians remain current on the standards of care outlined by the NCAA and National Athletic Training Association to provide the best care for athletes. By incorporating research from sport psychology into return-to-play