Concussion & Injury AwarenessUpdated Saturday March 18, 2017 by Concetta Slaney.
Attention Manhasset Soccer Club Coaches and Parents
Monday March 20th, 2017 - MHS Auditorium 7:30
Once again, Manhasset Soccer Club along with Manhasset PAL, will be offering a Concussion Awareness and Sports Prevention Seminar presented by Professional Physical Therapy.
This seminar is MANDATORY for all coaches (if you attended a previous seminar, you do not need to attend) Our program does not ask a coach or parent to diagnose a suspected concussion, but rather to just withhold boys and girls from play. This policy should be followed whether a suspected concussion has occurred during soccer or during another non-soccer related event.
We ask coaches to notify parents of the incident or if you are informed by the parents of a previous injury that has led to a suspected concussion. Please also notify Board Member Jeff , MD (please see below bio) - Jeff will responsible for tracking the player only, not diagnosing or treating any player for suspected concussion.
Once diagnosed by a medical professional and is "cleared for play," he/she may return to play. If the medical professional indicates that a concussion (even a so-called “mild” concussion) is present, then following written clearance of the child from a medical professional, the 5 step return to play procedure is conducted by the trainers before the child may return to play.
Please refer to the below links for more information including the"Heads-Up" On-line Concussion Course, required by all Coaches to complete upon registration.
Any questions, please contact Jeff firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let Jeff know if you will be attending the seminar on behalf of or PAL.at
CONCUSSION AWARENESS INFORMATION
Jeff , MD
Jeff email@example.com., MD serves as our Concussion Awareness Administrator for Soccer Club. He moved to in 2014 with his wife Madeleine and now three boys Daniel, Ethan, and Justin. He is currently assistant professor at the School of Medicine at Mt Sinai in with subspecialty training in pain management and anesthesiology. His post graduate medical training was undertaken at NY Presbyterian Cornell Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Hospital for Special Surgery. At these institutions he gained accredited training and prevention strategies in multiple injuries and conditions, and neurological issues related to injury. He currently employs multiple techniques for treatments and rehabilitation of a variety of and neurological conditions for both young and old, sports and non-sports related with particular attention to brain, spine, knee, hip and shoulder. He welcomes any questions related to concussion, or and injury. Please do not hesitate to email at