The brain is the most important part of our bodies. Our ability to move, to talk, our thoughts, our emotions, and our decisions, allow us to live meaningful lives, yet, hasn’t been treated that way until recent years. In 2013, 17 year old Rowan Stringer, passed away as a result of multiple concussions sustained playing rugby. As we know today because of the research, early markers of post-concussion syndrome were apparent, but no actions were taken. This event prompted what is known today as “Rowan’s Law,” which was passed in June, 2016. Since then, a great deal of funding, research and education has gone into efforts to prevent and provide early invention to those who have sustained a trauma to the brain.