Duluth, Ga. (January 16, 2014) – Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC)-Duluth recently announced a gift from the Gwinnett Sports Commission benefitting Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC). With the gift, an athletic transporter will be purchased so that injured athletes can be moved safely and securely from the field.
Gwinnett Medical Center–Duluth was recently recognized by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal for its innovative Concussion Institute—one of only three such centers in the country and the only one of its kind in Georgia.
Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) announced a new partnership between its Sports Medicine Program and Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) that will provide a high level of care to GGC’s athletes.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga.—Research from the University of Pittsburgh has revamped concussion policies at Johns Creek High School and Chattahoochee High School.
In the past, a player afflicted with a concussion would typically sit out a week if it was their first concussion, then two weeks for their second concussion and two to three weeks for their third, said Dr. Mathew Pombo, team physician for the two schools. People were not aware the effects of a concussion could last four to six weeks, if not longer.
Gwinnett Medical Center will offer a one-day clinic on injury prevention in youth baseball on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011, from 8:15 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Coolray Field. Presenters include T.