The Swiss Concussion Center in the broadcast pulse of Swiss Television SRF

Are headers harmful to children’s heads?
The topic of the “Pulse” program on Swiss Television SRF was dedicated to this theme. Beitrag der Sendung “Puls” des Schweizer Fernsehen SRF. The head of the Swiss Concussion Center, Dr. Nina Feddermann, takes a position and explains the situation from a medical perspective.

The Swiss Concussion Center visits the University of Calgary

Mario Bizzini, Head of Physiotherapy at the Swiss Concussion Center, visited Dr. Kathryn Schneider at the Sports Injury Prevention Research Centre at the University of Calgary (Alberta, Canada) in May 2016 as part of a project with the Canada Soccer Association. Dr. Schneider, assistant professor at the Faculty of Kinesiology, has been researching the topic of concussions for several years and is also the author of various publications in this area. Her clinical research is dedicated to manual therapy and vestibular rehabilitation in patients with post-concussion syndromes. The studies demonstrated the effectiveness of these therapies. The Swiss Concussion Center is planning a cooperation with Dr. Kathryn Schneider and her team in Calgary as part of a research project.  

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Kathryn Schneider (University of Calgary) and Mario Bizzini (Swiss Concussion Center)

 

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