Vision Assessment Should Be Part Of Return-To-Learn Protocol, UAB Researchers Say + MORE
Nothing good ever comes from being negative. Nothing! When you consistently put yourself down after a failure or continually catch yourself doing things wrong, then the only “good” you’ll do for yourself is to kill your self-confidence and tighten your muscles. I don’t have to tell you the.... More »
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: Shoulder dislocation in a young athlete who is in-season can sometimes be managed without surgery, allowing the athlete to complete the season Proper rehabilitat.... More »
Sports parents, do you know what’s best for your athlete? If you’d asked me that question when I was raising three young athletes, I would have adamantly said YES. Of course I know what’s best for my children. I know them better than anyone; I understand their quirks, their weaknes.... More »
The 24-hour rule was established at a high school where my husband taught and coached for many years. The rule was simply this: if you have a problem with the coach after a game, wait 24 hours before talking to him or her. Unfortunately, parents didn’t always abide by the rule and the result .... More »
Every year, as summer rolls around, we give you the list of our favorite reads of the year so far. Between Memorial Day, Fathers Day, and that upcoming vacation I hope you are taking, it’s a great time to catch up on some reading. There have been some great new books that have come out The pos.... 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)