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Concussions and Concussion Management (UPDATED JAN 2016)
Submitted By Stu Bertram on Tuesday, January 26, 2016
The AMHA wants to ensure your child has an enjoyable experience playing hockey.  A big component of this experience is their safety.  We, the AMHA believe that concussions and concussion management are very serious and important matters.

In following, along with the OMHA, we do not endorse any company/group regarding concussion testing and/or management.  Below we have provided you some internet links for information and resources in case you want to learn more or must deal with a concussed player.  Always consult with your family doctor or a medical professional for concussed players, or if you suspect a concussion may have been incurred.

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