The Sport-Related Concussion Centre (SRCC) at University of Windsor is dedicated to assisting in the management of sport-related concussions incurred by athletes at the University and in the community.
As a collaborative effort between faculty in the Clinical Neuropsychology Area in the Psychology Department and the University Sport Medicine team in the Green Shield Sport Therapy Clinic, the SRCC provides services to athletes, training to Clinical Neuropsychology students in concussion management, and research to help improve the quality of these services.
In addition to services for athletes at the University of Windsor, the SRCC is also committed to improving concussion management in the Windsor-Essex area. Current efforts include providing education within the community and past community concussion management partnerships include Sun Parlour Female Hockey Association, Tecumseh Soccer Club, Windsor AAA Zone, and the Border City Brawlers.
The SRCC team includes a team physician (Dr. Roy Diklich), three athletic therapists (Dave Stoute, Natalie Paladino, and Adam Ellwood), and two faculty in the Clinical Neuropsychology area in the Psychology Department (Drs. Chris Abeare and Joe Casey). More information about the SRCC team
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