- Concussions are the most dangerous youth injury in soccer – even more so with girls!
- Most concussions can be prevented.
- There are 4 distinct categories of signs to recognize a concussion.
- Many long-term effects of soccer concussions are easily treatable if recognized.
- Headgear and other devices designed to cushion the hit may not be as effective as you may think.
Dear soccer parent,
My name is Peter Granders, parent of three club level soccer players.
Two of them have had multiple soccer related concussions (and other injuries!). Having experienced concussions firsthand I know the exhilarating fear it can cause you as a parent, worrying about the damage such a serious brain injury could cause your child.
How many times have you just cringed when your child collides with another player as they race intensely down the field chasing the ball. Far across the field (always the way!) they both fall and your heart beats a mile a minute as they both get up slowly.
The referee blows her whistle and a coach may come out to see how she is… just the worst feeling! Isn’t it?
Concussions can have very serious side effects. Do you know them all?
They can affect learning, long-term memory, coordination, cause nausea, vomiting, sleep problems, and even loss of consciousness!
One of my high school daughters was recently playing indoor soccer and went slamming into a fire exit door, bam! With just seconds in the game she had no idea how close she was to the boundary as she was so focused on keeping the ball in and then trying to cross in front of the net.
Just like that… she was having a dull headache that moved from the front of her head to the back, exposure to lights made her sick to her stomach and she out of school for two weeks. Yikes!
After spending countless days and hours in and out of the hospital, at doctor’s offices, and other specialists, I began to uncover the truth about this type of head injury and how it can not only be treated, but avoided altogether.
I was shocked when I discovered that soccer is one of the leading causes of concussions in children today. What’s even worse is that many of those concussions are going undiagnosed!
Concussion treatment varies from using pain relievers for headaches to plain and simple rest. Rest consists of both physical and mental rest.
If a player jumps back in too soon before fully recovering then the next concussion with be more severe and take longer from which to recover.
You cannot take any chances and cut corners on identifying the symptoms of a concussion or the concussion treatment. I also learned girl soccer players experience more than TWICE as many concussions than boys – and why!
The horror that became my reality was when I realized many of the concussions my daughters incurred could have been prevented had I only had the RIGHT information when I needed it the most!
I’ve partnered up with a renowned medical expert (and consulted with athletic trainers, coaches and parents) to put together this extensive book on how to treat, diagnose, and prevent soccer related concussions.
I don’t want you to have to go through the fear, worry, and pain, or have your child experience the long-term side effects of something so preventable and treatable.
- The most common symptoms of a concussion and how to recognize them immediately
- The leading causes of concussions today, and how to avoid them
- A full explanation of concussions that anyone can understand
- Proven methods for preventing over-use injuries
- The best concussion recovery methods and ones you should avoid
- Post Concussion syndrome- what is it? How to best perform it and why it’s so important
- Risk factors and how to minimize them
- Plus much, much more!
In writing “Concussions Caused by Soccer”, I wanted to put something together anyone could understand.
You don’t need a medical degree to understand this as it’s written in common language with easy to understand explanations.
This FREE book has been updated with all the VERY latest soccer concussion news!
There has been a whirlwind of new studies released and with each one there is ground-breaking conclusions!
- Does age matter?
- Or “that time of month” for girls?
- Why do girls appear to get more concussions in soccer than boys?
- Can simply lightly heading the soccer ball lead to serious brain injury?
- What are the very latest treatments for concussions?
Get all the facts NOW! Learn how to treat and prevent concussions by learning the facts and disregarding all the speculations!
Don’t make the most vital mistakes by misdiagnosing, or not recognizing your child’s concussion.
It’s FREE – no strings attached, nothing to buy, no credit card, etc.
And I want to give you some really awesome gifts today… I am so confident that I’m giving you the best soccer concussion information for quickly answering your questions and helping you treat, and more importantly, prevent a soccer concussion.
But I’m not stopping there. I’m tossing in these THREE incredible bonuses… FREE!
15 Laws of Soccer
A quick read, yet informative e-book answering some great questions on the rules of soccer. Examples include free vs. indirect kick, proper way to throw in, guidelines for corner kicks and goal kicks, etc.
Hey, we’re all human, right? And we all question some of the referee’s calls – but we should understand these fifteen laws first. Read these in this great book so that you have a good understanding of the rules of soccer.
We all watch the game from a different perspective… and we need to give the referee the benefit of doubt – easier said than done!
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More than 90 pages on ways to improve in all of the important aspects of soccer fitness so you can perform better and have less fatigue at practices and during games!
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This book will help you organize your training so that you get the most out of your hard work and so that you cover all of the necessary areas needed to improve your overall fitness.
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Honestly, out of all these FREE bonuses this has got to be a must have!
With your purchase of Concussions Caused by Soccer you’ll receive immediate access to these THREE bonuses (yours to keep no matter what!!) and you’ll get instant notification and access to any new manuals, guides, videos or other bonuses that are added to this package in the future.