Sports Care Connect formed to address concussion concerns among young athletes.
San Diego Padres shortstop Drew Cumberland recently evaluated by the Sports Concussion Institute.
Watch Dr. Tony L. Strickland’s interview with Sherri Jackson on CBS 42’s Concussion Awareness Day.
Listen to SCI Founder and CEO Dr. Tony Strickland’s interview on “In the HuddLLe” with Frank Rossi, Eric Ren, and James Baker. For the second consecutive year, they interviewed Dr. Strickland about the latest information concerning concussions and other head-related trauma injuries, particularly in the sport of football.
SCI hosted the 5th Annual National Summit on Concussion and Other Athletic Injuries in Los Angeles, CA on May 6, 2011.
SCI is proud to announce the establishment of the SCI – California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) partnership. The Sports Concussion Institute has been selected as the official entity providing sports concussion management consultation and care for collegiate athletes across the state. (press release)
SCI hosted the Fourth Annual National Summit on Concussion and Other Athletic Injuries in Los Angeles, California on May 14, 2010. This year’s summit represented a common effort by the national and international scientific communities, clinical practitioners, and numerous local stakeholders to advance state-of-the-art prevention, assessment, treatment research, scientific evidence and education to clinicians, parents, ATCs, coaches, administrators, and policy advocates involved with sports-induced concussion and orthopedic injuries. The Summit was designed to achieve a balanced representation of topics relating to basic sciences and evidenced-based clinical practice.
Dr. Julian E. Bailes, a world-renown neurosurgeon with excellence in both treatment and research, has joined SCI as a consulting neurosurgeon.
SCI hosted the Third Annual National Summit on Concussion and Other Sports Medicine Injuries in Los Angeles, California on May 15, 2009. This year’s theme reflected cross-cutting and timely presentations and discussions regarding prevention, treatment, management, and the state of the science—emphasizing practical applications for ATCs and team physicians from middle school through professional sports—by the nation’s foremost experts in concussion and orthopedic injuries.
In the service of neurocognitive prevention and management, SCI is pleased to announce a new partnership with DHA Advantage. DHA Advantage provides a scientifically supported natural source of Omega-3 fatty acid for brain, eye, and heart health. DHA is derived from a vegetarian source (algae) and has been identified as an important brain nutrient that promotes cognitive development and function among both healthy and non-healthy brains.