The MJCCA takes sports and injuries very seriously. While we’re always on the lookout for our children and adults participating in activities, sometimes the best way to identify an issue is to know what to look for at home.
A concussion is an injury to the brain caused by a blow or bump to or around the head. This causes the brain to move inside the skull, changing how it works or processes information for a temporary period of time.
It’s important to remember:
Symptoms may not arise until a few days after the injury. Be on the lookout for: