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February 8, 2014

Concussions taking a toll on young athletes


Concussions are not something to take lightly. It’s certainly a move in the right direction that professional sports associations, schools and medical professionals are beginning to take an in-depth look at concussions, recognize how serious they are, and treat them with the seriousness they deserve.

Melinda Adam, PT, DPT, OCS, is the director of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals. For more information about Beverly Hospital’s Center for Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, visit

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