Life After the Game With LaMar Campbell

February 12, 2013

Life After the Game (on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel) is a radio show that explores the inside world of athletes and how they handle their business affairs outside of the interviews and lifestyle that we see in the media. During this show, we have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Steven D. Novicky who in January 2010, launched Shockstrip® helmet pads, a product of Shockstrip®, Inc., which were created to cushion the impact from helmet-to-helmet contact.

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ESPN Radio: The Herd With Colin Cowherd

February 7, 2013

Former NFL QB Jim Everett gives his take on player safety in football, the rule changes that Roger Goodell has made
and more.

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XtraSports 1360AM: Chargers Power Hour

February, 11 2013

Interview with former NFL QB Jim Everett discussing Shockstrip® and player safety in football.



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WKAR SportsTalk With Earle Campbell

January 25, 2013

Earle Campbell hosts with MLive.com’s Mike Griffin. The duo first host Tennessee Volunteer basketball coach Cuonzo Martin. The two then discuss concussions with prominent Dr. Novicky. They close the show with WILX’s Jeremy Sampson, and then Coach Bruce Pearl, sharing some pastimes on Mike and Earle.

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PLEASE NOTE: 1) No helmet pad can prevent or eliminate the risk of concussions or other serious head injuries while playing sports; 2) Scientists have also not reached agreement on how the results of impact absorption tests relate to concussions; and 3) No conclusions about a reduction of risk or severity of concussive injury should be drawn from impact absorption tests.

“Parents have the
  misconception
  that when their
  child puts on that
  football helmet it
  will protect them
  from virtually
  everything.”

– Dr. Steven Novicky

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