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By Dr. Steve Keeler, National Team Physician, Swimming Canada

(From Swimming Canada)  A concussion is a disturbance in neurological function caused by a direct or indirect force to the head. This impairment usually resolves rapidly, however in some cases signs and symptoms may evolve over time after injury. It results in a variety of non-specific signs and/or symptoms (examples below) and most often does not involve loss of consciousness.

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The CSCA encourages all coaches to familiarize themselves with concussion protocols and resources.  

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