A proper concussion management program requires many people filling many roles to be successful. A successful clinic requires many people filling many roles to provide exceptional patient care. I would be unable to do my job without the support that I have.

Tranette Ledford is one of those people. In the relatively short time we have worked together she has dramatically improved my ability to communicate. It is very easy for me to drone on and on and on and on, and on and on. Tranette has helped me focus my communication style and be much less boring – in the written word anyway.

Every now and then people come into our lives and make an instant impact. Tranette is one of those people, her vision has helped our concussion program, and Linda and I have come to greatly appreciate her friendship.

So from me, and on behalf of our regular concussionguy.com readers, Thank you Tranette!

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