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Katherine A. Easby DAT, LAT, ATC, an athletic trainer in the Sports Medicine and Performance Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, shares tips on how sports teams can safely return to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PolicyLab at CHOP is hosting a free virtual conversation entitled "Returning to Youth Sports Safely Amid COVID-19" on July 22, 2020, at 2:00-3:30 PM EST.
View reference guides developed by experts from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for families and coaches returning to youth sports after the COVID-19 shutdown.
A new Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) study provides insights on how to accurately evaluate head impact sensor data.
A new study reveals that clinical measures of balance perform as well as, if not better than, device-based measures in distinguishing concussed patients.
Read about a new study conducted by the Concussion Research team at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia that explains why females with concussions have more symptoms and longer recoveries than males.
With school back in full swing for most families, we wanted to use today's Flashback Friday post to look back at some of our previous back to school safety posts.
Lessons learned from the pros, CHOP research will inform concussion prevention, diagnosis and treatment for kids.
Parents sometimes ask me how to safely develop their child into a great athlete. My response sometimes surprises them. I say, "Don’t specialize too soon". It is not good from an injury risk perspective, and it is not good for long-term athletic development.
Read more for a round-up of newsworthy articles about child injury prevention from the past month.