Our goal is to educate the public, at the grassroots level, about all aspects of Concussion assessment and recovery.

Our SCC Blog

Check out our Sydney Concussion Centre Blog where we will be posting regularly with helpful tips and concussion research.

In an area of rapidly growing knowledge around Concussion, it can take a long time for information to filter down from academia to the general public. Sydney Concussion Centre is committed to facilitating this flow of information to grass roots level of the sporting and general public. Information will focus on the recovery process, from the on-field assessment to the return to normal activity. This includes all the proactive approaches that can be used to ‘speed up’ the recovery process.

Resources for your reference:


Concussion in Sport Australia Position Statement Feb 2019

Dr Lisa Elkington, Dr Silvia Manzanero and Dr David Hughes, 2019. Australian Institute of Sport.

This website is a great resource for the general public with a range of information focusing on the initial on-field assessment and early ongoing management of Concussion.

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Brain Injury Australia

Brain Injury Australia is the central clearinghouse of information and gateway to nationwide referral for optimising the social and economic participation of all Australians living with brain injury.

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Australian Concussion Guidelines for Youth and Community Sport

A collaboration between the Australian Institute of Sport, Australasian College of Sport & Exercise Physicians,
Sports Medicine Australia and Australian Physiotherapy Association

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Concussion and Brain Health Statement 2024

An initiative of the Australian Institute of Sport, Sports Medicine Australia, Australian Physiotherapy Association
and Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians

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Your specific sport may have its own resources available on Concussion so it may be helpful doing an online search. Remember to check when the information has been developed, anything older than 2018 will be well out of date in this rapidly growing research area!

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