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Travis Rodgers, host of the Angels AM830 morning radio show "The Travis Rodgers Show" speaks with Pediatric Neurologist Dr. Sharief Taraman about concussions in sports.
A new HealthDay/Harris Poll finds that vast majorities of Americans say football teams need to do more to protect their players from head injuries.
Dr. Sharief Taraman is board-certified in neurology with special qualifications in child neurology. He is director of the neurology concussion clinic.
Dr. Jonathan Romain, PhD, is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Chris Koutures is a board certified pediatrician and sports medicine specialist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. William Loudon is a board-certified pediatric neurosurgeon at CHOC Hospital.
Dr. Chris Min, PhD, is a licensed pediatric psychologist at CHOC Hospital and CHOC at Mission Hospital and is Chair, Section of Clinical Psychology
Dr. Suzanne McNulty is a board certified pediatrician and sees patients at CHOC at Mission Hospital.
Dr. Kelly Davis is a board certified physician in pediatrics and sports medicine. She treats children and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
CHOC neurologists research a full spectrum of pediatric disorders related to brain, spine, muscle, central and peripheral nervous systems.
Ranked by U.S. News and World Report, CHOC's neurology and neurosurgery specialists treat children with conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system.
CHOC's Sports Medicine Program cares for athletes by teaching injury prevention, improving skills and being ready on the sidelines when injury happens.
The postdoctoral fellowships at CHOC offer advanced training in the area of pediatric and/or child psychology.
If your baby has been diagnosed with a condition, we provide expert counseling on what to expect and the treatment your baby will receive after birth.
The aim of this conference is to draw together experts in the fields of sports cardiology, inherited cardiac diseases and sudden cardiac death in the young.
Physical therapy helps people improve their movement. You may think of physical therapy as something you use after a sports injury or after certain types of surgery. However, physical therapy helps with a variety of health issues.
Our team specializes in pediatric rehabilitation and uses the very latest research-based therapies in one-on-one sessions with patients and their families.
Helmet for kids prevent moderate to more serious injuries, like bruising of the brain tissue itself. Helmets cushion the brain to prevent a more serious injuries.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is sudden damage to the brain caused by an external force. Visit our page to learn about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and more.
Young wrists, forearms and elbows are vulnerable to injury. Few kids grow up without breaking a bone. Prompt, expert care of fractures is necessary.
Children require special treatment, not just for their size, but also the equipment needed to treat their conditions with regards to emergency care.
RDs In Practice - November 12, 2015
Seeing your child experience a febrile seizure can be scary, but unless they go on for five minutes or longer, they may not be life-threatening.
When temperatures heat up, the risk of children becoming dehydrated intensifies. “Dehydration occurs when an athlete has less body fluid than they need,” says Dr. Chris Koutures.