Day in and day out, Dr. Joe Congeni helps young athletes who have suffered concussions. He evaluates and diagnoses the head injury, educates his patients and their parents about symptoms, long-term risks and follows up, and lays out a cautious return-to-play plan.
Archives for November 2012
We were blessed to have been able participate in Akron Children’s Holiday Tree Festival preview party on Nov. 16. In fact, we were so excited that we didn’t think to get a little boy sitter for the evening. Fortunately the event was so intriguing to our little mister that it wasn’t a problem for his entertainment.
Cut-out cookies. Candy canes. Hot cocoa. For the next month, houses will be filled with delicious treats that will satisfy any Christmas craving. But for children with diabetes, it can mean feeling excluded from some of the sweeter holiday traditions.
Every year on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the Holiday Tree Festival ends. The music is turned off. The trees are unplugged. And what happens during the next 48 hours is nothing short of amazing. For all of the effort that happens before the festival opens, just as much work goes into preparing the trees, wreaths […]
Does your child wake up in the middle of the night crying and complaining that his legs hurt? If so, it could be growing pains. But how can you be sure?
For many, Christmas cannot come too soon. It creeps its way into the fall, and many welcome it with open arms. “Gateway to Christmas” ushers in the winter months, while still acknowledging the fall season.