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Penguins, UPMC to offer concussion seminar

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Pens Foundation, UPMC Sports Medicine to Host Informational Seminar on Youth Hockey Concussions Tuesday, May 31 at CCAC Boyce Campus

The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and UPMC Sports Medicine will host an informational seminar regarding youth hockey concussions and the baseline testing process on Tuesday, May 31 at 7 p.m. at the CCAC Boyce Campus.

The seminar is designed for parents and coaches of youth hockey players as part of “Heads Up Pittsburgh” – a first-of-its-kind program that will offer free baseline concussion testing to youth hockey players in the Pittsburgh region this summer.

Brian Hagen and Anthony Kontos from UPMC Sports Medicine will be on hand to discuss concussions and answer questions regarding the baseline testing program.

The May 31 seminar is available to the first 250 participants who register at www.pittsburghpenguins.org/programs/headsup_info.html. Participants MUST register to attend.

For more information, please contact the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation at info@pittsburghpenguins.com.

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