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“Arkansans Ask: Concussions”

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Following the broadcast of “Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury” on April 7, join us at 8 p.m. for a special presentation of “Arkansans Ask” where you can share your questions about concussions with our expert guests. 

Panelists for “Arkansans Ask: Concussions” include Dave Halstead, cofounder and technical director at Southern Impact Research Center; Dr. Robert J. Elbin, Sports Medicine Advisory Committee member for the Arkansas Activities Association; Dr. James Nesmith, medical director at Arkansas Children’s Hospital; Jason Cates, head athletic trainer for Cabot Public Schools; and Micah Tipton, former soccer player for the University of Central Arkansas.

For a chance to hear your questions answered on air, share them with us at paffairs@aetn.org, 800-662-2386 or on Twitter with #ARAsk. Additional information about “Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury,” which details concussions’ effects, symptoms, treatment and prevention and may help you learn more, is available at aetn.org/bellringer.

ASK YOUR QUESTIONS:

By email: paffairs@aetn.org
By phone: 800-662-2386
On Twitter: #ARAsk

TUNE IN:

April 7, 2016

“Arkansans Ask: Concussions,” 8 p.m.

“Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury,” 7 p.m.

LEARN MORE: 

“Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury”