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Playing It Safe: Concussions

A Neil Y. Van Horn Pavilion Presentation Series

Thursday, April 9
6 to 7:30 p.m.

UPMC St. Margaret
Neil Y. Van Horn Pavilion
(hospital entrance A)
815 Freeport Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Athletes who have experienced a concussion can display a wide variety of symptoms. Although the classic symptoms of loss of consciousness, confusion, memory loss, and/or balance problems may be present in some athletes with mild concussion, there may or may not be obvious signs that a concussion has occurred.

James P. Bradley, MD, an orthopaedic surgeon with Burke & Bradley Orthopedics, will share his expertise in treating and preventing concussions and sports-related injuries.

Parking will be validated and light refreshments will be served.

Reservations are required, call 412-784-4022.

Service Spotlight

Stroke Care

Prompt treatment is crucial to minimize brain damage and potential complications after a stroke. UPMC Stroke Institute at UPMC St. Margaret is the only certified stroke center right in your community.

We provide you with local access to an acute stroke team with physicians and nurses experienced in diagnosing and treating cerebrovascular disease which can lead to stroke.

UPMC St. Margaret recently received the Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

» Learn more about UPMC Stroke Institute at UPMC St. Margaret.

Physician Guide by Specialty

Click to open the UPMC St. Margaret Physician Guide (PDF) 
 
Search the 2015 Physician Guide (PDF) to locate a UPMC St. Margaret physician by specialty.

 

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