Defining Stanford volleyball star Hayley Hodson’s post-concussion syndrome diagnosis. Post-concussion syndrome is a disorder in which symptoms persist long after the initial brain injury, often ...
In girls volleyball the outside hitter and setter positions are the most likely to get a concussion (52%). 7; Almost 40% (39%) of concussions among girls who play high school volleyball happen when an athlete is diving for the ball. This is followed by 25% resulting from player-teammate contact. 7
Hayley Hodson was a 'dream athlete' and top student. But blows to the volleyball star's head changed the course of her life. She's suing Stanford.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined as a form of acquired brain injury from a blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain. TBI can result when the head suddenly and violently hits an object, or when an object pierces the skull and enters brain tissue.
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No longer can a volleyball impact a player's head and not raise a flag in a coach's head. Until this gets national attention, you'll continue to have numerous instances of high school player head trauma being swept under the rug as players and parents never even consider the effect of ball impacts on players' brains.
An injury to both the head, heart A former college volleyball player shares her story of struggles with concussions
15 year-old football player sustained head to head contact during first few plays of football game Developed headache, did not report injury Continued playing – sustained multiple hits to head and finished game Reports to AT immediately after the game complaining of mutiple sx – HA 5/6, Head Pressure 4/6, Feeling in Fog 6/6
In a SLAP injury, the top (superior) part of the labrum is injured. This top area is also where the long head of the biceps tendon attaches to the labrum. A SLAP tear occurs both in front (anterior) and in back (posterior) of this attachment point. Typical symptoms are a catching or locking sensation, and pain with certain shoulder movements.
Volleyball Player #2: Once you find the first volleyball player, head out of the classroom and go down the stairs you came from. When you reach the first floor, turn right and the second ...