Learn about how to spot signs of concussive injuries and what you can do about them if/when they occur.
Every sport from golf to swimming has some level of risk for head injury. Soccer is no different. The risk for head injuries rarely come from heading the ball (something not allowed at all in the younger ages), but more often from simple falls, head to head contact in competition for a header, or head to post contact once larger goals come into play.
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