In the past, high tech sensors were used to measure the force of impact in CMS high school football players’ helmets. The Department of Sports Medicine and Special Events at Carolinas Medical Center received a $70,000 grant to make concussion-assessment software available. The grant also paid to install sensors in 20 helmets at West Mecklenburg High.
In the past, high tech sensors were used to measure the force of impact in CMS high school football players’ helmets. The Department of Sports Medicine and Special Events at Carolinas Medical Center received a $70,000 grant to make concussion-assessment software available. The grant also paid to install sensors in 20 helmets at West Mecklenburg High. Observer File Photo ROBERT LAHSER - rlahser@charlott
In the past, high tech sensors were used to measure the force of impact in CMS high school football players’ helmets. The Department of Sports Medicine and Special Events at Carolinas Medical Center received a $70,000 grant to make concussion-assessment software available. The grant also paid to install sensors in 20 helmets at West Mecklenburg High. Observer File Photo ROBERT LAHSER - rlahser@charlott

Controversial bill could allow parents to decide when student-athletes return from concussions

February 28, 2017 04:29 PM