Handling of Concussions in World Cup bad for all Athletes

By Anne Russo, PhD
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World Cup fever may be over, but news stories about the concussions multiple players received during the month-long event are far from over. Millions of people across the globe watched as Germany’s Christoph Kramer head slammed into an Argentine player’s shoulder during the final match, but was allowed to continue playing for another fifteen minutes… before being helped off the field, dazed and confused.

Ways to Compensate for Low Vision

By Michael Allred PT
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According to the National Health Interview Survey (2011), 21.2 million American adults age 18 and older report experiencing vision loss. The term vision loss refers to individuals who report that they have trouble seeing when wearing glasses or contact lenses or are blind or unable to see at all.