Concussion night 2016 at Bruin’s game

206982_1037539872681_50_nThe Children’s Hospital of Boston is participating in the special night at the Boston Bruin’s game on March 10, 2016.  The Bruins welcome Rebekah Mannix, M.D. a physician spokesperson at Children’s Hospital.  She acknowledge that brain injury is a silent injury often overlooked.  She described the importance of brain injury awareness including concussion prevention. Dr. Mannix talked about the silent injury that is concussion.  As an emergency room physician she noted that most injuries do not show up in the computerized tomography (C-T scan).  Athletes should rest following injury but recovery is different with all athletes – especially the younger players. Treatment options were discussed with Dale Arnold – NESN Sport Bruins Face-Off Live host.

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