CONCUSSION: RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT (INFORMATION FOR NON MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS)
Concussion is a traumatic brain injury that interferes with normal brain function. Concussion is caused by a biomechanical force or hit, to the head or body, transmitted to the brain. One may be concussed with or without loss of consciousness.
Wearing a helmet offers protection against a number of head injuries. For additional information on helmets, please click here.
The FEI’s general regulatory requirements on athlete safety and welfare are set out in the FEI General Regulations.
Additional discipline-specific requirements may be found in the relevant Sports rules.
Anti-Doping matters are regulated in the FEI’s Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA).
These documents can be found in the “Rules” section in the main menu toolbar of this website. Please use your cursor to select within the dropdown list.
|Description||File Name (Size)|
|The official Concussion Recognition Tool (CRT)||Concussion Recognition Tool (CRT).pdf (129.35 KB)|