Concussion: Advancements in Clinical Assessment and Management


Concussion symptoms can be subtle and difficult to manage. This program will help first responders and clinicians properly identify and clinically treat the complicated diagnosis of concussion. Specific case studies and treatment approaches will provide methods that help the concussed student athlete return to learn and return to play as quickly as possible.

7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Beaumont Service Center, Southfield

Registration: Early bird rates are available through 2/17/20, to register online go to:

(Note: As a result of the growing and fluid COVID-19 outbreak, the concussion conference will occur in an online format only. There is no longer an option to attend in person.

To participate remotely, you will need access to a computer or mobile device with internet connection and audio. Instructions on how to access the lectures remotely will be emailed the day prior to the conference. Participants who view remotely will be able to view all presentation slides, see live video and hear live audio of the presenters. CME/CE credits are also still available for participants who view the conference remotely.

A $25 refund will be applied to all paid registration fees due to the change in format.

If you wish to cancel your registration, a full refund will be provided. Please notify us by 12:00 p.m. on March 19 if you wish to cancel your registration at If you wish to keep your registration as is for the online format, there is no need to contact us.)