Researcher Tom Kaminski spearheads safe soccer heading course for national organization.

TOWN SQUARE DELAWARE — Soccer is beloved for its creativity, fluidity and spectacular moments. A perfect header – whether it be a diving goal or a timely clear – can be that moment of splendor. But the aerial battles for headers, especially at the sport’s highest levels of competition, are notoriously rough, occasionally bloody and, although rarely, can result in concussive levels of head impact. Read the full article on Town Square Delaware.

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