Concussion and other issues: Dr Tony Schneiders

Dr Tony Schneiders joins us from Australia to present a webinar entitled 'Concussion and other issues'.

It promises to be a very interesting webinar.

Dr Tony Schneiders’s research expertise lies in the detection and management of sports-related concussion. He is currently Professor and Discipline leader in Physiotherapy at Central Queensland University, an executive member of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy, and an Associate Editor of the Journal Physical Therapy in Sport. Amongst other sports-related projects, Dr Schneiders’s research team has developed quantitative sideline screening measures to assess upper limb coordination and balance deficits following a suspected concussion which are currently used globally in the latest version of the Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT).  The team have also explored the use of social media in disseminating accurate information and promoting best practice management to young adults who have sustained a concussion.


This presentation will focus on the sideline assessment of concussion including the utility of the Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT3). The return to play protocol for concussed athletes will also feature


This webinar will be live Monday June 8th, at 8 pm. No refund will be given if you do not attend.
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