A New Book on Concussion Debuts

23 May

Rosemarie Scolaro Moser, PhD has written a new book about concussions and youth titled Ahead of the Game: the parents’ guide to youth sports concussions.  Dr. Moser is defined by her MomsTeam profile;

Dr. Moser is the Director of the Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey, Director of Research Programs for the International Brain Research Foundation, and MomsTeam.com’s youth sports concussion neuropsychologist. A licensed psychologist, certified school psychologist, and board certified neuropsychologist and rehabilitation psychologist, Dr. Moser received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania where she also served on the faculty.

She is a fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and of the American Psychological Association, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology and the American Board of Professional Psychology. Dr. Moser currently serves as an adjunct member of the faculty at Widener University, and as neuropsychological concussion consultant to both the Philadelphia Soul and the Trenton Steel Pro Arena Football teams.

As part of the book launch there is a party prior to the Philadelphia Soul’s game on June 24th.  The party will include  a meet and greet not only with Dr. Moser but Ron Jaworski, co-owner of the Soul and former Philadelphia Eagle quarterback.  You can see the Book Launch Party Invite by clicking or you can go to this website and register.  The cost is $65 and gets you a book and ticket to the game that follows.  All proceeds go to the Jaws Youth Playbook.

We are hoping to get an advance copy and give you an assessment.

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One Response to “A New Book on Concussion Debuts”

  1. Eugene Seeley October 14, 2012 at 15:02 #

    Dr. Moser, I am a retired engineer with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. I was knocked out for over 12 hours during a high school football game in 1950. A knee broke my plastic helmet into several pieces. As a result, both of my sons wore helmets riding blkes in 1970 and did not participate in football. I have 5 patents involving measuring things and believe I have a simple non-invasive way to immediately measure the severity of a suspected concussion. I would like to pass the information on to you without charge before I unintentionally take it with me. I think you will like it.
    Gene Seeley 360 289 4403

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