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Concussion Education Links

Reiley, A. S., Vickory, F. M., Funderburg, S. E., Cesario, R. A., & Clendaniel, R. A. (2017). How to diagnose cervicogenic dizziness. Archives of Physiotherapy7. 


Babul, S., & Pike, I. (2017). The online Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT). British Journal of Sports Medicine51(11).


Haider, M. N., Leddy, J. J., Wilber, C. G., Viera, K. B., Bezherano, I., Wilkins, K. J., Miecznikowski, J. C., & Willer, B. S. (2019). The predictive capacity of the Buffalo Concussion Treadmill test after sport-related concussion in adolescents. Frontiers in Neurology10.


Leddy, J. J., Haider, M. N., Ellis, M., & Willer, B. S. (2018). Exercise is medicine for concussion. Current Sports Medicine Reports17(8), 262–270.


Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, (2018, May). Guideline for concussion/mild traumatic brain injury & prolonged symptoms. Home // Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation. Retrieved March 16, 2022, from


Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation. (2017, June 8). Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (2017) standards for post-concussion care from diagnosis to the interdisciplinary concussion clinic. author, Ontario. – references – scientific research publishing. Retrieved February 10, 2022, from


Yang, M. N., Clements-Nolle, K., Parrish, B., & Yang, W. (2019). Adolescent concussion and mental health outcomes: A population-based study. American Journal of Health Behavior43(2), 258–265.