School is back in full swing. Students are hitting the books, but they’re also hitting the fields as sports season gears up. Of course, there are a handful of safety precautions on parents’ minds; sports in the Texas heat can lead to heat exhaustion, cramps, sprains and other injuries. But there’s something else for parents to keep in mind: concussions.
Concussions can often escape diagnosis in young athletes, and, if untreated, could cause health problems down the road. Dr. Darryl Camp, a neurologist at Lakeway Regional Medical Center in Austin, visited the Standard to discuss.
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