Heading in Soccer Linked to CNS issues
Jan28

Heading in Soccer Linked to CNS issues

The latest research indicates that heading the ball in soccer may be more than a minor sub concussive event. The study shows that heading the ball and unintentional head injury during play are both associated with central nervous system symptoms like pain and dizziness. The author of the study author Michael L. Lipton, MD, Ph.D., professor, Departments of Radiology and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College of...

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