Constantly Learning and Watching: There is a Time to Act

It has been a truly busy season – in regards to injuries – where I perform my “day job”.  I was going over some records that I keep and this season has been the busiest in my 15 years.  In fact, when discussing with peers they too have had a high volume of injuries in […]

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Concussions at School: Are You Ready?

Concussion lawsuits have now extended beyond the NCAA to high school and youth sport organizations. While it is not possible to eliminate the occurrence of concussions, it is possible to learn ways to better manage the symptoms and those who are affected. Recently, the NCAA was hit with a flurry of lawsuits—some of them class […]

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Can Sport Exist Without Abuse and Bullying?

The world of sports has been riddled with sexual abuse scandals and incidents of harassment and bullying for many decades. These negative behaviors can come from trusted coaches, peers, parents or anyone else in contact with young athletes. Sadly there is no consistently collected data on the prevalence of these transgressions. There is reason to […]

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Detour – that’s the title of my ebook (available here). I self published it, via Leanpub, on August 1, 2014, 11 years after my accident (coma and brain injury too) and almost 12 years after the completion of a two month bike trip across Canada. That’s what the book is about. I have sold 68 copies […]

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Leigh Steinberg: Injuries Plaguing Sports

Professional athletes have been known to play with collapsed lungs, broken legs, concussions and countless numbers of other injuries. Some have fought with team doctors following an incident to get back into the game without delay. Players have even been known to deceive coaches and trainers on the sidelines when they are injured just to […]

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