Mailbag Now Open

26 Oct

This is an open call for your thoughts, questions and observations.

If you have questions or comments about concussions and would like them to be analyzed or commented on, you may send them in. Of importance to me and this blog would be real-life stories about concussions. Either as a professional, like an athletic trainer, or personal, how you or your family has dealt with concussions.

Be advised that upon sending in the emails we can reuse them in a fashion that will help with the awareness of concussions. If you do not want your name included on such posts, please indicate that in the email. Also you can send us tips if you like, however we most likely will not publish information unless it can be verified. Real stories will and can be used, as well as any pictures you want to send our way.

Thank You,

Dustin Fink

theconcussionblog@comcast.net

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2 Responses to “Mailbag Now Open”

  1. Anthony October 26, 2010 at 08:54 #

    I’d like to see you rank the NFL positions most prone to head injuries/concussions. I know that WR are more likely to get the big hit that causes concussions, but are those worse for post-career health than the constant minor hits that linemen face?

    Is running back (gets hit a lot) worse than linebacker (delivers hits with head down) when it comes to positions most prone to concussions?

    Which positions are “safest”? Corner?

    • Dustin Fink October 26, 2010 at 08:59 #

      Sounds like a good project for us to handle, thanks for the idea.

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