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Tracey Covassin, Kyle M. Petit and Morgan Anderson

/symptoms, prevalence), concussion education and awareness, concussion assessment and management, concussion recovery and return to play, concussion treatment, and future research and recommendations for youth sport stakeholders. We also address sex and developmental considerations throughout this review. In reviewing

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Nikolaus A. Dean

breaks the silence. “So, the good news is that you came in early enough that I think you will be able to return-to-play sometime later this season.” My eyes-widen, as I spike-up and lean into Doctor C. “You think?” I pry. “What the hell does that mean?” My mind is now running a thousand miles per hour

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Claire-Marie Roberts and Jacky Forsyth

, 2018 ). In addition to this, it was clear that there is an urgent need for the design and implementation of return-to-play strategies for women after childbirth ( Elliott-Sale, 2018 ; Roberts & Kenttä, 2018 , Smith, 2018 ), no matter what level at which these women exercise or compete. Injury

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Dominic Malcolm

(although a Concussion Recognition Tool is also produced for use by those without medical training); and be wholly asymptomatic throughout a six-phase return to play (RTP), lasting a minimum of six days and overseen by a medical practitioner. Tellingly however McNamee, Partridge, and Anderson ( 2015 , p

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Tywan G. Martin, Jessica Wallace, Young Ik Suh, Kysha Harriell and Justin Tatman

news, as the young football player suffered an SRC during competition. Lystedt’s SRC was not properly managed and he returned to play in the same game, resulting in a catastrophic outcome ( Marvez, 2012 ). Previous research found that when compared with participants in other youth sports (e.g., boys

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Michael Gay and Semyon Slobounov

results from these NP test batteries to determine an athlete’s readiness to return to play or contact ( McCrory et al., 2017 ). For decades, this has represented the cornerstone of recognition, diagnosis, and management of sports-related concussion. However, these serial tests show an improvement of

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Alan L. Smith and Daniel Gould

discuss concussion education and awareness efforts, assessment and management, recovery and return to play, and treatment approaches. Mental health is then addressed in a paper by Stewart Vella, who proposes that organized sport is a potential venue for the promotion of positive mental health outcomes

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René Revis Shingles

been able to comply—not because he did not want to but because he might not have had the appropriate place or equipment with which to do so. As such, the lack of compliance could hinder his return to play. Without knowing his housing issues, the health care professional who prescribed the home exercise

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Kathryn L. Heinze and Di Lu

to use these examinations. Further, the league did not enforce a uniform policy or one that utilized the expertise of neurologists regarding when players could return to play after a concussion. Rather, the league let team trainers and doctors (who were not neurologists) determine when concussed