Stucky on head injuries

Kirk Stucky PsyD talks about sports-related head injuries in “Medical Minute,” a segment that aired on ABC-TV Flint affiliate station WJRT-TV Sept. 25, 2015.

Kirk Stucky PsyD talked about recovering from sports-related concussions on Flint’s ABC TV affiliate, WJRT-TV, in September 2015. In ABC-12’s “Medical Minute,” Stucky said it’s important to seek medical help if the child’s recovery from a head injury is longer than expected. Head injuries can have serious long-term consequences, and various treatments can address the emotional, physical and cognitive symptoms that may linger.

Stucky, director of the Postdoctoral Clinical Health/Rehabilitation Psychology Fellowship Program at Hurley, chairs the Department of Psychology and is director of the Hurley Brain Function Assessment Center, which provides concussion assessment, monitoring and treatment options. He’s also on the faculty of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and provides medical education services for various residency programs at Hurley.

The video can be viewed at https://youtu.be/C58418sLeDw.