Pituitary Story: Concussion Leads to Pituitary Trauma

An article in newmarkettoday.ca tells the story of Cody Oehm, a former hockey player who sustained multiple concussions and fell into a deep depression. After several years of treatment and many doctor visits, a physician finally realized that the concussions had affected his pituitary, which caused a severe hormonal imbalance. He recovered and later started a nonprofit to help athletes with head injuries. Read more here: https://www.newmarkettoday.ca/local-news/concussions-depression-left-hockey-player-broken-inside-1965889

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Cody Oehm launched HEAD1ST in order to help athletes with head injuries.


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