Handling concussions is a team sport. And we all need to be in the game.

In the wake of Sidney Crosby’s head injuries, a top Canadian expert explains the huge changes on how concussions are treated and managed

How Pokémon Go helped heal my brain

A Toronto Pilates teacher explains how the buzzy game is forcing her out into the world and helping with her concussion

Rebuilding Crosby’s brain

Rebuilding Sidney Crosby’s brain

A little-known treatment by a Canadian-born chiropractor to the stars may be the key to his comeback

The untold story

The truth about concussions

From the archives: Eric Lindros and other pro hockey players on their depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts

What really happened to Max?

What really happened to Max Pacioretty?

A lab recreation of a hit like the one Pacioretty suffered shows that he might recover faster than Sidney Crosby

UBC tone deaf over concussed hockey player

After Liambas hit, university hockey gets national attention for all the wrong reasons

Reporter Cathy Gulli on Sidney Crosby’s concussion

What scientists are learning by reconstructing hits to the head


Hits to the head: Scientists explain Sidney Crosby’s concussion

What crash-test analyses reveal about hits, helmets, and the game of hockey

Hit to the head: a similar one to Sidney Crosby’s (reconstruction)

Scientists at the University of Ottawa replicate the speed, angle and location of impact

The damage done by concussions

Sidney Crosby is a case study in what we know, and what we don’t know


Off-key in the NHL headshot chorus

A memo to those who are concerned with (hitherto) legal checks to the head in the NHL: I sure hope you’re not just fighting physics. Because you’ll lose.