Playing a sport, whether contact or not, puts your children at increased risk for injury. This includes many of the activities
and sports kids and teens participate in during or after school. With any injury, especially head injuries, it’s important to know the difference between fact and fiction.
Elizabeth Pieroth, PsyD, ABPP, the Associate Director of NorthShore University HealthSystem’s Sports Concussion Program, helps parents
distinguish the facts from the fictions when it comes to concussion:
Questions? Well let's chat! Join us on
Twitter on September 15th from 11 to 12 p.m.
@DrEPieroth will answer all your questions on concussion and youth sports, from diagnosis to treatment and prevention. Tweet your questions using #nschats.