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Conquering Concussions

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Conquering Concussions LLC (CC) was organized as an Arizona domestic Limited Liability Company in February, 2014, principally to exploit the development of multidisciplinary concussion care centers throughout the United States commercially by the development, management of operations and equity ownership of concussion centers such as the Tucson Concussion Center, LLC (TCC).


Its mission is to be the provider and partner of choice for "Best Practices" facilities for the innovative multidisciplinary assessment and management of concussion patients of all ages “Under One Roof.” It will accomplish this by identifying and assembling the leading healthcare providers experienced in managing concussions in each designated community. Currently, there have not been facilities of this type anywhere in the United States, a major inconvenience to patients, parents, clubs, schools, teams, the elderly, military, first responders, and victims of domestic violence. Conquering Concussions was founded by and is continually establishing a nationwide network of concussion specialists and recruiting clinicians recognized as leaders in concussions research and clinical practice.



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