A concussion is a brain injury that can’t be seen on x-rays, CT or MRI scans. It affects the way a player thinks and can cause a variety of symptoms. Continuing to participate in an activity when you may have a concussion increases the risk of more severe, longer-lasting concussion symptoms, and increases the risk of other injury. Anyone with a suspected concussion should be seen by a medical doctor or nurse practitioner as soon as possible.

Water Polo Canada's Concussion Education Toolkits

Individual Concussion Resources 



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