Sports Concussions: Education and Return to Play
- Define concussion and explain how it affects the brain.
- Identify signs and symptoms of a concussion.
- Understand remove from play and return to play criteria for concussed athletes.
- Become aware of various concussion tests used for remove from play and return to play.
Clint Lutterman, DPT, OCS
Dr. Lutterman is a Physical Therapist and the Clinic Director of Therapy Services at Dallas County Hospital. He is a graduate of Creighton University in Omaha, NE with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Northwestern College in Orange City, IA. He is an orthopedic clinical specialist and a member of American Physical Therapy Association (Sports Physical Therapy section), the Iowa Physical Therapy Association and the Perry Rotary Club. Dr. Lutterman provides sports therapy to Perry High School athletics.
Relevant to the content of this CME activity, Dr. Lutterman indicated he has no financial relationships with any commercial interest to disclose.
- Gessell, Luke,et al. “Concussions Among United States High School and Collegiate Athletes” J AthlTrain, 2007 Oct-Dec 42(4)
- Guskiewicz, et al. “Epidemiology of Concussion in Collegiate and High School Football Players.” American J Sp Med, Sept 2000, vol 28 no 5: 643-650
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