As a school administrator, organization leader, or coach, you know how crucial it is to protect your athletes from potential injuries. While not all injuries can be prevented, especially in contact-based sports, such as basketball and football, there are steps you can take to protect your athletes. When you invest in our products at, you will have access to the highest quality safety products on the market. These products are proven to prevent injuries, such as strains, sprains, breaks, and traumatic brain injuries. Concussions are considered traumatic brain injury (TBI), and when you receive a concussion, it causes your brain to move rapidly inside your skull, which can damage brain cells. Here, our safety experts will discuss the lasting effects of concussions.

What Are The Lasting Effects Of Concussions?

As you know, concussions typically occur when there is a collision between you and another person or object, such as a wall or goal post. Concussions cause a variety of symptoms that can start occurring immediately after the collision but can sometimes take hours or days to crop up. Some common symptoms of concussions include:

●        Loss of memory

●        Light and noise sensitivity

●        Trouble sleeping

●        Anxiety, depression, and irritability

●        Loss of the ability to smell and taste for short periods

●        Personality changes

While getting a concussion once is nothing you want, it is much better if you only have one, as opposed to several concussions. The more concussions you have, the more likely you are going to suffer from chronic symptoms. Over time, if you have several concussions, you can develop chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). CTE causes your brain to deteriorate over time, which impacts your life significantly. As CTE progresses, it can cause:

●        Significant memory loss

●        Weakness

●        Trouble walking

●        Dementia

●        Higher chance chemical or substance dependency and abuse

●        Depression, anxiety, impulsiveness, aggression, and suicidal thoughts

To learn more about TBIs and how to prevent them for your athletes, contact us today.

How Our Products Protect Your Athletes

Through our own independent testing and research and our adherence to all regulations, our products are proven to be the safest on the market. We pride ourselves on our ability to protect athletes of all ages, and we know you’ll be satisfied with our products. Our wall padding absorbs impact at the perfect level, so the person or people involved in the collision do not immediately bounce off the surface, which can cause an additional injury. The padding absorbs a certain amount of shock to lessen the blow when the person rebounds off of the surface. To learn more about our wall padding, contact us today.

Contact Today

If you are looking for state-of-the-art protection equipment to help prevent injuries, concussions, and other traumatic brain injuries at your athletic facilities, contact today. Since opening for business over 30 years ago, we have served athletic facilities across the entire country and helped prevent injuries for countless athletes. To learn more or request a quote, give us a call at 800-257-6405 or message us on our contact page today.