Designed to Prevent, Treat and Educate Families About Concussions
One Way to Measure Reaction Times in Kids With Concussions
The Concussion Clinic at Nationwide Children’s Hospital utilizes the expertise of pediatric sports medicine specialists and physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, along with neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiologists, neuropsychologists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers to best manage pediatric concussions.
Resources for Providers and Families
Nationwide Children's Sports Medicine staff is available to come to meetings and provide information to parents, coaches, athletes, and educators on a variety of health/sport-related topics, including concussions.
Presentations are FREE and can be tailored to the specific needs of each group.
For more information or to schedule a presentation, contact us at (614) 355-6000.
Physician Practice Tool
Learn the symptoms, signs, management and return to play guidelines for concussions in children and adolescents.
Concussion Symptom Log
Have you been seen in concussion clinic and lost your symptom log?
New Program to Educate Teachers about Working with Students Post-Concussion
To arrange a consult in the Concussion Clinic, request an appointment online or call (614) 722-6200 (select option #3 and then option #4).
How you can prepare for your visit at the Sports Medicine clinic at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
For your convenience, the Sports Medicine Concussion Clinic is available four days a week and at several Columbus and Central Ohio Locations.
(The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Concussion Clinic is also available to see concussion patients.)
Inside the Concussion Clinic
Concussion Clinic at Sports Medicine
It takes a team to manage a concussion. Let our experts lead the way.
Neurocognitive (Concussion) Baseline Testing
Baseline neurocognitive tests evaluate the healthy athlete’s decision making ability, reaction time, attention and memory.
The Concussion Toolkit is a tool to educate parents, coaches, teachers and school administrators, along with the student-athletes themselves, about the signs, symptoms, treatment and management of concussions