Down, But Not Out

Like so many young boys growing up in Thomasville, Georgia, Nick Herndon loved sports. But while most of his friends played multiple sports, he was focused on just baseball. “I loved to play other sports with my friends, but as far as playing organized sports in the leagues around Thomasville, I always wanted to play baseball,” he said. Herndon said that while his parents (Joey … Continue reading Down, But Not Out

Brain Injury Awareness On and Off the Field

Although it’s unavoidable to become injured while playing sports, it is important to be aware of the risks of which injuries are the most common and can have the most severe outcomes. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, about 21 percent of sports and recreational activities contribute to traumatic brain injuries among children and adolescents in America. While sports injuries rarely lead to … Continue reading Brain Injury Awareness On and Off the Field