How to tell if your football injury is a concussion

The number of concussions sustained in football is estimated to be as high as 30 million.

That is a huge number, especially considering the number of people in the game.

But how to tell?

There is a way to do it, but it is tricky.

It is easy to get caught up in the numbers, and this is where it gets tricky.

It is important to understand that there are many different ways to assess a player’s concussion.

The two most common ways are the neurological and imaging.

The latter is based on the clinical findings of a neurosurgeon and the clinical diagnosis of a concussion.

These two methods are used widely in the medical community.

Both of these methods are based on neurological examinations and imaging, but they are not the same.

The MRI or neuro-imaging is the most commonly used, but there are other methods, too.

There are many reasons why you might need a neuro- or a neurological assessment, but the main ones are the fact that it is the only way to know the severity of the concussion, and the type of brain damage it may cause.

This is why it is so important to get a neurocognitive assessment.

Neurocognitive tests measure the brain and how it works, and how the brain is affected by different types of brain injury.

A neurological assessment will look at your brain waves.

A neurocognition test measures the extent of the brain damage, and will include your memory, concentration, concentration of movement and motor skills.

This will help you to identify the type and extent of damage you may have suffered in your head, and to determine if it is a symptom or a problem.

This is what neuropsychologist Dr. Richard Jones, a former NFL player and professor of psychiatry and neurology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, is looking at in his book, How to Spot a Concussion.

“We know that there is no one-size-fits-all answer to what is a problem and what is not,” he said.

“So, what we need is a process where we can look at different variables, different scenarios and see if there are signs that suggest that there might be something in the system that is causing the symptoms.”

How is this done?

There are a few different ways in which you can do a neuropsychological assessment.

There is the standard way, where you take a picture of your head and scan it with a digital caliper, but this can be quite costly and time consuming.

You can also do it in person, but that can be a bit of a hassle.

There is also a neuroimaging technique called fMRI.

This uses a special scanner that allows you to see the brain waves as you move your head.

This allows you a lot more information about what is going on, and it can give a clearer picture of the underlying brain damage.

A neurocographic test, on the other hand, is a simple way of showing what is happening in your brain, and can be done in the lab or at home.

This involves using a digital microscope to look at the brain tissue around the head.

A fMRI scanner can then scan your brain as you watch your MRI images.

In most cases, the brain scans will reveal a relatively small number of areas that are abnormally affected.

The brain scans may show brain damage in one area, but not in the other, and that will indicate to you that the brain injury is more widespread than previously thought.

When the scan shows no brain damage at all, there are some signs that the injury is not that severe.

This may be because you are in a healthy position, or because you have not been injured before.

But there are also a lot of ways in a football player’s brain that can cause a concussion, which can be hard to spot.

If you are injured on the field and you do not return to play, you can experience mild or severe brain damage and then develop symptoms, such as dizziness and nausea.

If the concussion occurs on the sidelines, the symptoms can last up to six months.

In general, if you are not injured on your playing field or during your rehabilitation, your symptoms will usually subside after a while.

But what if you have been injured in a game, and you are still feeling the effects of the injury, or the symptoms do not subside?

What if you were not in a protective position when you were injured?

This is where neuropsychology can help.

When you are playing, your brain activity is controlled by a set of sensors called your cerebellum, and your cerebrum controls the movement of the muscles in your neck, your shoulder blades, your arms and your chest.

The sensors are connected by wires called afferents.

The wires are attached to an electrical signal that travels from your brain to the muscles.

The brain signals from the cerebrums are sent to the afferent and the muscles to send the signals back to the brain.

This process can take about three to four minutes,