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The difference between mild, moderate and severe concussions

Join Mark R. Proctor, MD, director of the Brain Injury Center, as he leads a dynamic discussion on concussions in pediatric patients during a live, interactive Webcast. A multidisciplinary team, including members of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuropsychology, Neuroradiology and Sports Medicine, will discuss the signs of mild and severe concussions, on-field symptom management, the psychological toll of concussions, and best practices for treatment and follow-up.

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Featuring:

Mark R. Proctor

Mark R. Proctor, MD

Director, Brain Injury Center

William Meehan

William Meehan, MD

Director, Sports Concussion Clinic

Alex McLean Taylor

Alex McLean Taylor, PsyD

Staff Neuropsychologist

V. Michelle Silvera

V. Michelle Silvera, MD

Staff Neuroradiologist

Alexander Rotenberg

Alexander Rotenberg, MD, PhD

Assistant in Neurology

Steve Clark, MS, LATC, CSCS

Steve Clark, MS, LATC, CSCS

Assistant Athletic Trainer, Dept. of Sports Medicine and Performance, Northeastern University

Karameh Hawash

Karameh Hawash, MD

Assistant in Neurology

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