“Head Games” film explores perils of sports concussions

September 19, 2012 | News Stories

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – When a concussion forced WWE’s Christopher Nowinski to retire in 2004, the professional wrestler and former Harvard football player wanted to understand his condition better and set out to raise awareness for sports head trauma.

The result was his 2006 book “Head Games: Football’s Concussion Crisis” and a new career as a concussion activist.

Nowinski’s book is the inspiration for the documentary “Head Games,” directed by Steve James (“Hoop Dreams”), which opens in theaters Friday. The film explores the concussion crisis in American sports such as football, hockey and soccer as well as wrestling.

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