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13 Jan 17 Forget Tylenol. Try ProTech!
2 Apr 16Weekend Web: ProTech Football Helmet
“All of the studies are coming back saying that if you reduce the impact force, you reduce the level of head trauma and you have a safer player.” – John Roman, CEO of Defend Your Head
1 Mar 16Breakfast On Broad
“The biggest thing for us is that wherever this is impacted, the outside of the helmet will absorb and dissipate the impact.” – John Roman, CEO of Defend Your Head
18 Feb 16Helmet Covers for Youth Sports
“I think the exposure of it at this point is terrific. It is going to bring much more resource, dedicated neurologists, biomechanical engineers and other professionals, that will look at this problem and come up with solutions that can make the game safer.” – John Roman, CEO of Defend Your Head
15 Jan 16Keeping Kids Safe on the Gridiron
“It was a calling for me and for our team… and we feel (a lot) of passion to make a difference out there and make the game safer.” – John Roman, CEO of Defend Your Head
From Defend Your Head
25 Oct 14Taking the Issue Head-On: 5 Things You Need to Know About Traumatic Brain Injury in Football
Top of mind for football players, parents, helmet manufacturers, coaches and fans alike is the alarming reality of concussive and sub-concussive injury. All stakeholders are paying attention and the media has followed suit. From articles about early head trauma spurring the development of depression later in life, to information about inadequate helmet safety performance, to insights…
10 Sep 14Where Racing and Football Meet: The Case For Soft-Shell Technology from One of Racing’s Most Acclaimed Engineers
According to renowned author James Webb Young, “an idea is nothing more nor less than a new combination of old elements.” Young continues on, saying “the capacity to bring old elements into new combinations depends largely on the ability to see relationships.” This adage has much to offer the sport of football today. Is it…