Concussions: Separate Fact from Fiction

What every parent, coach, athletic trainer
and teacher needs to know about concussions.

Learn everything you need
to know about concussions.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

18000 Cove Street, Suite 202
Spring Lake, MI 49456

Who Should Attend

  • Parents

  • Coaches

  • Assistant Coaches

  • Athletic Trainers

  • Teachers

  • School Administrators

Why You Should Attend

  • Know what to do if your son or daughter gets a concussion

  • Learn how to recognize the symptoms

  • Be familiar with the legal ramifications of concussion protocol

  • Understand current protocol

  • Avoid a concussion going undetected

  • Prevent permanent damage

What You Will Learn

  • What the latest research is suggesting

  • How to know if your athlete has a concussion

  • Protocol required by law

  • How to care for a concussion

  • What you can do to avoid lasting damage

  • And much more!

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Call 616.847.1280 ext. 24

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For many people the evolving nature of Concussion research has generated more questions than it has answers. We’ve been dealing with concussions for more than a decade and have helped hundreds of individuals during that time.

Join Dr. Brett Martin and Athletic Trainer Mike Braid for an in-depth look at the newest Concussion research. Learn what they are, how to recognize them and how to treat them.

If you’re the parent of an athlete, a coach, assistant coach, teacher or any one else that deals with teen athletes then you need to attend this free, 60-minute workshop.

Led by Concussion Experts Brett Martin, DO and Mike Braid, MSEd, ATC, FAFS

Dr. Brett Martin, DO

Brett Martin, is a double board-certified physician specializing in sports and family medicine. Dr. Martin earned his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri. He completed his family medicine residency at Metro Health Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan and his sports medicine fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. His clinical interests include non-operative management of sports- or trauma-related shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle injuries, acute and chronic joint pain, osteoarthritis, concussion care, fracture care, preventative medicine, and all aspects of family medicine including pediatrics and helping patients achieve health through exercise, diet and lifestyle changes.

Mike Braid, MSEd, ATC, FAFS

In his extensive work on the athletic sidelines, he spent six years working with the GVSU football program, which included four National Championship teams. He has been a volunteer Athletic Trainer for the United States Olympic Committee from 1997-2000, serving on the Medical staff for the 1998 Goodwill Games, 1999 Pan American games, and 2000 Olympic games in Sydney Australia with USA Men’s Volleyball. He was inducted into the Michigan Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame in 2008. He has also contributed as a Fellow to The Advisory Board since 2007.  He received his Fellowship in Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute in 2013. Just recently, Mike received the Pew Teaching Excellence Award for Part-time Faculty at Grand Valley State University.

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Call 616.847.1280 ext. 24

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