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About Lucy Ferriss

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About Dr. Collins

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About Doreen Greenberg, Ph.D.

Dr. Greenberg is a certified consultant in sport psychology and Adjunct Professor
of Psychology at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where she teaches
courses in exercise and sport psychology and health psychology. She is a member
of the United States Olympic Committee's National Sport Psychology Registry,
and has worked with club, school, college, professional and Olympic athletes
in a variety of sports.


For five years Dr. Greenberg served as the Executive Director of the Women's

About Dr. Cantu

Currently Dr. Cantu's professional responsibilities include those of Clinical Professor Department of Neurosurgery and Co-Director Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA; Founding member and Chairman Medical Advisory Board Sports Legacy Institute, Boston, MA; Adjunct Professor Exercise and Sport Science and Medical Director National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; Co-Director, Neurologic Sports Injury Center, Chairman Department of Surgery, and Director of Sports Medicine at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts. Dr. Cantu also consults with numerous NFL, NHL and NBA teams.

Conservative Management of Youth Concussions, More Education Needed, de Lench Says

In her keynote address to the 2nd Annual Sports Concussion Summit in Marina del Ray, California MomsTeam.com founder Brooke de Lench offered suggestions on how parents, coaches, officials, administrators, athletic trainers, clinician, current or former professional athlete, and sports safety equipment manufacturer, could work together as a team to protect the nation's children against the serious, life-altering consequences of concussions.

Female Athlete Triad

In 1992, the American College of Sports Medicine first recognized that girls and women in sports were particularly susceptible to three interrelated conditions – disordered eating, menstrual irregularity, and osteoporosis – that have come to be known as the "female athlete triad."

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