Early head-and-neck cooling after sports concussion results in shorter time to return-to-play


Early head-and-neck cooling in concussed ice hockey players resulted in shorter time to return-to-play. This expanded study of Swedish ice hockey teams, in which the median time to initiate head-neck cooling following a concussion was 10 minutes, is published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Neurotrauma.

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