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* Baseball has learned a lot about concussion injuries since Aaron Hill, Justin Morneau and Corey Koskie were unable to play after head injuries. And there is much more to learn. Baseball Ontario along with LifeMark and Centrie Health will be explaining more to parents.


2014 Canadians in Minors … All-Canadians … Influential Canadians
2015 Canadian draft list …. Canadians in College
2016 Canadian draft list 
Letters of Intent

Concussions: Lie down, take Tylenol, don’t fall asleep … nope 

Concussions: Keith Primeau discusses the dark days

Concussions:Happen to big leaguers, youngsters, bunny hill skiers

Concussions Happen. Be Prepared.

Baseball Ontario and LifeMark & Centric Health have teamed up to presentbaseball_kid


How to recognize a concussion
Current recommendations for rest and the active recovery model
How to minimize and manage persistent symptoms
Importance of the Return to Play decision
Baseline testing and concussion management planning

Who: Baseball Ontario Athletes, Coaches, Parents, and Umpires

When: Wednesday April 1, 8-9:00pm EST


(Enter as a Guest)

Presented by: concussion therapists Jessica Mancini, MSc PT and Joy Brookes, MSc PT

Baseline testing days 
Saturday, April 11, Sunday April 12

(Register by April 8)

Saturday April 18, Sunday, April 19

(Register by April 15)

Saturday, April 25

(Register by April 22)

Register and Clinic Locations: 

Centric Health 

Event ID: Concussion2015 (not case vent ID: Concussion2015 (not case sensitive)

Cost: $30

($5 of each goes to Baseball Ontario)