My Child Got Hit in the Head Playing Soccer. When Do I Worry?
Date Created: 08/02/2016
By GuideWell Emergency Doctors
When you’re playing sports, there are certain rewards that come with it such as a great workout, fun and playful competitiveness. Sports can also come with risks, like falling and hitting your head.
While participating in sports, if you hit your head and have pain, loss of consciousness or nausea, not only should you stop the sport immediately, you should also seek medical treatment. In the video below, Dr. Nicholas Dodaro, chief medical director at GuideWell Emergency Doctors, goes into more detail about head injuries, symptoms and what to do.
GuideWell Emergency Doctors has multiple facilities located in the Orlando area to treat your unscheduled medical needs like head injuries. We currently have locations in Winter Park and Semoran, and will soon be opening a third location in Ocoee, Florida.
Our team of board-certified emergency medicine physicians and medical staff are prepared to treat major medical conditions and minor urgent care needs for patients of all ages, including: chest pain, abdominal pain, head and neck injuries, sprains and fractures, cough, cold and flu and much more. Diagnostic services are available onsite during your visit and include CT scan, X-ray, ultrasound and lab work.