Child Neurology Consultants of Austin

Concussion in the Pediatric Population by Kate Labiner, MD

Concussion in the Pediatric Population:

A discussion of concussions from the mechanism of injury, neuronal injury and recovery. We will review the standard recovery course, return to learn and return to play protocols.

 

About Kate Labiner, MD:

Dr. Katherine (“Kate”) Labiner is a Pediatric Neurologist, an Epileptologist, and Sports Neurologist. Dr. Labiner earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University. While at Emory, she played lacrosse for four years and served as co-captain her senior year. She then graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine, followed by completion of a general pediatric residency at the University of Hawai’i. Dr. Labiner later moved to the University of Texas Southwestern for her pediatric neurology fellowship and also fulfilled a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology and Sports Neurology. Dr. Labiner is passionate about working with young athletes and supporting their neurological needs as they age and transition between adolescence and adulthood. She is fluent in Spanish and has served as a healthcare provider both in the United States and Mexico. She is also an active member of the American Epilepsy Society.

 

Contact Information:

Email -klabiner@childneurotx.com

Website -www.childneurotx.com

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