ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Headfirst Sports Injury and Concussion Care has announced they are now providing concussion care services to the Howard County community at Righttime Medical Care Center located in Columbia, Maryland at 6334 Cedar Lane.
Righttime's HeadFirst Sports Injury and Concussion Care offers pre- and post-injury cognitive baseline testing, as well as follow-up care, to help students and their families, and other adults, navigate the road to recovery and make a safe return to play, school or work after sustaining a concussion. The website at www.myheadfirst.com provides extensive information.
Chief Executive Officer of Righttime Medical Care, Dr. Robert Graw, Jr. has been a leader in Maryland's medical community, providing resources and services to educate parents, educators, athletic trainers, athletes and the general public on the prevention, treatment, signs and dangers of traumatic brain injury. HeadFirst administers the ImPACT baseline test free of charge to thousands of youth athletes and is pleased to expand its services to Howard County.
Righttime Medical Care Centers, consisting of nine immediate medical care facilities in Anne Arundel, Howard and Montgomery counties, provides medical care for injuries and illnesses seven days a week, from 7 a.m. until midnight. They can be contacted via their website: www.myrighttime.com or by calling 1 -888-808-6483.
About HeadFirst Sports Injury and Concussion Care
HeadFirst is a program of Righttime Medical Care, the premier urgent care provider in Maryland, offering pre- and post-injury cognitive assessment ImPACT® baseline testing. HeadFirst partners with recreational leagues, athletic trainers, coaches, parents, physicians and specialists to assist youth-athletes in obtaining appropriate care and make a safe return to play. Additional HeadFirst and Righttime Care Centers are planned for the future. For more information, please visit myheadfirst.com or call 1-855-SIT-IT-OUT (748-4868).
SOURCE HeadFirst Sports Injury and Concussion Care