A research study was released yesterday from the University of Calgary that took a look at reporting concussions. This study was also helped along by the NHL, so we must acknowledge that, from The Globe and Mail;
One in five National Hockey League players who sustained a concussion during a shift in the regular season went back on the ice that same game, a study by the league and players association has found.
It also showed a significant number of those players who returned to the ice ended up missing more than 10 days of play afterwards because of concussion symptoms, which include headache, dizziness, nausea, blurred vision and sensitivity to light.
The results of the study were very obvious and dramatic and really highlighted the under-reporting that plagues all sports. With this information we will now Continue reading