Concussion is a serious concern for all athletes. In this blog post, we look at sports with the highest concussion rates.
The sports injury statistics presented here can guide you on just how common they are, who is most affected by them, and help you avoid them in the future.
A recent study tallying head and neck injuries in "extreme sports" found that as participation rises, so do concussion and head and neck injury rates.
Repeated concussions are a known cause of various , most notably (CTE), which in professional athletes has led to premature retirement, erratic behavior and even
Jockeys have high rates of concussions, but US horse racing lags behind other sports and other countries in dealing with them.
They occur in a wide range of sports and affect all athletes, from professional players to little leaguers.
For the third year, Henley High School in Klamath County has the highest graduation rate in Oregon.
Concussion rates in U.S. high school soccer are much higher for females than males, according to a UNC study published in Pediatrics.
When you think of prep sports concussions, you almost certainly think of football first.
For women, soccer is the #1 concussion-causing sport.