2. You've got it made.
4. That's right
5. That's good.
6. You're really working hard today.
7. You are very good at that.
8. That's coming along nicely.
9. GOOD WORK
10. I'm happy to see you working like that.
11. That's much, much better!
12. Exactly right.
13. I'm proud of the way you worked today
14. You're doing that much better today.
15. You've just about got it.
16. That's the best you've ever done.
17. You're doing a good job.
18. THAT'S IT!
19. Now you've figured it out.
20. That's quite an improvement.
22. I knew you could do it
24. Not bad
25. Keep working on it.
26. You're improving.
27. Now you have it
28. You are learning fast.
29. Good for you!
30. Couldn't have done it better myself.
31. Aren't you proud of yourself?
32. One more time and you'll have it.
33. You really make my job fun.
34. That's the right way to do it.
35. You're getting better every day.
36. You did it that time!
37. That's not half bad.
38. Nice going
39. You haven't missed a thing!
41. That's the way!
42. Keep up the good work.
44. Nothing can stop you now.
45. That's the way to do it.
47. You've got your brain in gear today.
48. That's better.
49. That was first class work.
51. That's the best ever.
52. You've just about mastered it.
54. That's better than ever.
55. Much better!
57. You must have been practicing.
58. You did that very well.
60. Nice going.
61. You're really going to town.
65. That's how to handle that
66. Now that's what I call a fine job.
67. That's great.
68. Right on!
69. You're really improving.
70. You're doing beautifully!
72. Good remembering.
73. You've got that down pat.
74. You certainly did well today.
75. Keep it up!
76. Congratulations. You got it right!
77. You did a lot of work today.
78. Well look at you go.
79. I'm very proud of you.
81. I like that.
82. Way to go!
83. Now you have the hang of it
84. You're doing fine!
85. Good thinking.
86. You are really learning a lot.
87. Good going.
88. I've never seen anyone do it better.
89. Keep on trying
90. You outdid yourself today!
91. Good for you!
92. I think you've got it now.
93. That's a good (boy/girl).
94. Good job, (person's name).
This recommended protocol has been provided as a template for organizations to implement a Return to Play Protocol. It is in MS Word format so that team or league specific information can be added. CMRG Ltd. has provided these guidelines as information only and assumes no liability with regard to athletes who are treated following this protocol.
CMRG Concussion Management Program
2011-12 Concussion Recommended Return to Play Protocol for Schools and Teams
Steps of return to play (RTP) if a player sustains a concussion
- Player sustains a suspected concussion
- If there is a loss of consciousness, assume C-spine injury, immobilize, EAP and call an ambulance.
- If there is no loss of consciousness (player returns to bench), assess concussion and associated injury and continue serial assessment with SCAT2 pocket card.
- Remove the player from the game. If a concussion is suspected, CANNOT RTP in that game. WHEN IN DOUBT, SIT THEM OUT.
- Do not leave the player Monitor signs and symptoms and if there are ANY concerns, they must be taken to ER.
- Do NOT administer medication
- Inform coach and parent/guardian about the injury and advice to monitor athlete. Symptoms could appear hours later.
- The player should be seen by a healthcare professional with knowledge concussion. If there are ANY concerns, they should be taken to ER to rule out serious injury.
- Initial treatment for a concussion is rest, rest, rest (Physical and Mental - Mental rest means that the individual with a concussion should not be doing anything which requires focus or concentration, which means no computer use, television or video games). If the athlete is deemed to have a non- complicated sport concussion, initial management is REST only. Assessment with a CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician can be booked within 1 to 2 weeks.
- symptoms have subsided, contact CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician (see below). Symptoms may take several days to go away as all patients react differently.
- The RTP process follows the following guidelines…
Remember, symptoms may return later that day or the next, not necessarily when exercising! This RTP was recommended at the Zurich Concussion Conference.
Step 1: Rest
Step 2: Light exertion (below 70% of max)
Step 3: Increase exertion, weight training, interval training, etc.
Step 4: Sport specific non-contact activity
Step 5: Contact Practice
Step 6: RTP.
For urgent assessments or concerns, go directly to ER, NOT to CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physicians
CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physicians assist with RTP advice and it is important to remain on complete rest until seen by the physician.
To contact CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician….
Please contact any of the CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physicians (listed below). The athlete does NOT need to see the CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician URGENTLY if there are no medical concerns. If there are URGENT concerns the athlete should be seen in ER. Any athlete with concerns should be advised to REST completely and book a follow-up appointment with a CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician. This physician will guide RTP decisions.
The appointment is covered by OHIP, but there may be a charge for the post concussion test and RTP note. At the CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician’s office, the player will undergo a series of tests and, if deemed appropriate by the physician, may take the ImPaCT follow-up test (approximately 30 minutes). This test will be compared to the baseline test score. It is important to understand that the test is only part of an overall concussion evaluation and may or may not be used during the follow-up assessment.
A note from the CMRG Concussion Management affiliated physician must provided before the athlete is allowed to RTP.