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Sports concussion seminar April 30

Apr. 3, 2013, 4:39 PM

The Vanderbilt Sports Concussion Center is hosting a free educational seminar on sports concussion on Tuesday, April 30.

Experts in neurology and sports medicine will discuss signs and symptoms of concussion, return-to-play guidelines, long term effects, the importance of baseline testing, proper equipment fittings, how to set up a school concussion plan and more. The target audience is parents, coaches, athletic trainers and school administrators.

The seminar will be held at two times: 10 a.m.-noon or 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Vince Gill Room at Belmont University’s Curb Center at 2002 Belmont Blvd. Complimentary parking is available on level 6 of the Curb Event Center. Light refreshments provided.

Seating is limited. Please reserve a spot by April 23 at VanderbiltHealth.com/concussionseminar or call 936-0322.

More information is available at VanderbiltHealth.com/concussionseminar.

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