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Official Screening: Head Games, concussion crisis, followed by panel Q & A

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Fortius Sport & Health | Burnaby, BC (suite #2002)

3713 Kensington Avenue

Burnaby, BC V5B 0A7

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Come watch the award winning documentary on the global concussion crisis: Head Games hosted by ABI Wellness in partnership w/ Watson Centre

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Come and join us on March 5, 2020 at 6pm for an official screening of the award winning documentary on the global concussion crisis Head Games. The screening will be followed by a question and answer period with a panel of concussion specialists including: Karina Steinberg, PT, Shaun Porter, Neuroscientist among others. By attending you will learn more about current standard of care, community resources and progress made since the films release. Space is limited so reserve today.

More about the Head Games Documentary:

From the acclaimed director Steve James, HEAD GAMES is a revealing documentary about the silent concussion crisis in sports. Athletes from the professional to the youth levels share their personal struggles dealing with the devastating and long-term effects of concussions, an epidemic fueled by the 'leave everything on the field' culture so prominent in American sport. Inspired by events from the book 'Head Games' written by former Ivy League Football Player and WWE Wrestler Christopher Nowinski, the film contrasts eye-opening evidence and cutting edge science on head trauma from the nation's leading medical experts with first-hand accounts from the athletes, coaches, and parents who must tread the difficult balance between sports excellence and basic self-preservation.

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Fortius Sport & Health | Burnaby, BC (suite #2002)

3713 Kensington Avenue

Burnaby, BC V5B 0A7

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