Christina L. Master, MD, FAAP, CAQSM, is a pediatric and adolescent primary care sports medicine specialist, as well as an academic general pediatrician, at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. At ...
Education and Training
University At Buffalo SUNY School Of Med and Biomedical Sciences Buffalo Ny 1993
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
- Concussion pathophysiology: rationale for physical and cognitive rest.
- Saccades and memory: baseline associations of the King-Devick and SCAT2 SAC tests in professional ice hockey players.
- In the Clinic. Concussion.
- Oculomotor and neurocognitive assessment of youth ice hockey players: baseline associations and observations after concussion.
- Vestibular Deficits following Youth Concussion.
- Point of Health Care Entry for Youth With Concussion Within a Large Pediatric Care Network.
- Near Point of Convergence after Concussion in Children.
- Ecologic Momentary Assessment to Accomplish Real-Time Capture of Symptom Progression and the Physical and Cognitive Activities of Patients Daily Following Concussion.
- Return to School and Learning After Concussion: Tips for Pediatricians.
- Measuring Postconcussive Activity Levels of Patients-Reply.
- Improving Primary Care Provider Practices in Youth Concussion Management.
- Association of Playing High School Football With Cognition and Mental Health Later in Life.
- The spectrum of mild traumatic brain injury: A review.
- Injuries, Concussion
- Children'S Hosp-Philadelphia, Pediatrics
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