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Mission Statement

The Michigan State University Concussion Consortium is devoted to improving the prevention, evaluation, and management of sport-related concussion through research, education, and clinical practice.

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At MSU, on the field management of concussion in football consists of a consortium approach provided by a variety of disciplines including athletic training, primary care, orthopedics and neurology. 

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Covering the MSU-Illinois Football game at Memorial Stadium in Illinois
(left to right) David Kaufman, D.O., Michael Shingles, D.O., Sally Nogle, Ph.D., Randolph Pearson, M.D., David Jager
MSU SportsMED team
MSU Sports Medicine covering the 2013 MSU vs. UM football game

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Spotlight

AAN Concussion Quick Check App Available for Download:
iTunes or Google Play

In Michigan, Sidelines Are Offices Of Neurologists

Young Athletes’ Concussions Often Unreported: Report

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MSU Neurology Clinic:

517-353-8122
804 Service Rd, RM A-217
East Lansing, MI 48824
neurology.msu.edu

MSU Neurology Academic and Research:

517-432-9277
neurology.msu.edu/academics/

MSU Department of Radiology:

517-355-0120
846 Service Rd. RM 184
East Lansing, MI 48824
www.rad.msu.edu

MSU Sports Medicine:

517-884-6100
4660 South Hagadorn Road
Suite 420
East Lansing, MI 48823
sportsmed.msu.edu