Vision Assessment Should Be Part Of Return-To-Learn Protocol, UAB Researchers Say + MORE
“Dad, am I a disappointment to you?” My son asked, choking back tears. I stopped dead in my tracks. We were walking out of a local amusement park on our way to the car. We had spent the day at the park to bond. It seems the plan backfired. I gathered myself. Inside I was The post Don’t Tur.... More »
One of the most successful sporting franchises across the globe the last few decades is the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA. With five NBA titles since 1999, 22 overall division titles, having won at least 50 games for 18 consecutive seasons, and having missed the playoffs only 4 times in their history.... More »
To listen to this new podcast series, click on the above MP3 link. Welcome to Week 5 of Head Games! The mental game of youth sports is key to your child’s success and this week we focus on When is Therapy Right For Your Athlete? We talk about when parents can know that therapy would be helpf.... More »
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Today is the day I’m going to talk about sports psychology. Many of you know me as primarily focusing on sports parenting issues, having written youth sports columns for a decade for Sports Illustrated, and of course, doing my Sports Edge show on WFAN Radio for the last 20 years. But before I went.... More »
Dodging a dozen abandoned ice fishing holes on my walk across ice-covered Lake Nokomis, one of Minneapolis’s beautiful city lakes, I arrived at my destination: The U.S. Pond Hockey Championships. It’s an event that Sports Illustrated called, “perfect in every detail,” and that ESPN labelled one of the “101 things sports fans must experience before […] The post Pond Hockey in Minnesota appeared first on Sports Feel Good Stories.
A comprehensive vision assessment should be part of return-to-learn protocols to help determine when children are ready to return to the classroom following concussions – particularly in children reporting academic difficulty, says a new study. (1)