• Concussion Statistics

    A smaller brain also accelerates faster when moving inside the skull and does not require a large impact to cause damage and this can result in 80 or 90 Gs of force on the brain, even when the speeds the children collide at is very slow.

    - Dr. Cantu (Co-Director)
    The Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy, Boston University, Boston MA

  • Concussion Statistics

    Soccer is the most common sport with concussion risk for females (50% chance for concussion). Impact speed of a soccer ball being headed by a player is 70mph.

  • Concussion Statistics

    The younger brain is more vulnerable to concussion. A lesser degree of trauma, of blunt force, would produce a concussion in a younger person and it takes longer for them to recover. Baseline testing should happen every single year.

    - Dr. David Dodick (Director - Mayo Clinic)
    The Sport Neurology and Concussion Program.

A Movement Based Concussion and Performance Baseline for Athletes as Young as 8 Years Old

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Mission Statement

To Promote Athlete Safety by capturing objective baseline information that will assist medical professionals with “Return To Play” decisions.

3 Reasons Why Your child Or Athlete Needs a "Movement Based" Performance or Concussion Baseline

Reason 1:
In the event of a concussion, your physician & other medical professionals will have a clearer before & after snapshot of your athlete in “movement” which can help them objectively determine when to return them safely back to play.

Reason 2:
In the event of a sports related injuring, your physician & other medical professionals will have a clearer before & after snapshot of your athlete in “movement” which can help them identify any deficiencies in their movement caused by the injury. This in turn, can help the medical professional more clearly assess the type of therapy to perform or administer, which can help your child or athlete “Return To Play” safer & sooner.

Reason 3:
In the event your athlete does not sustain a concussion or sports injury, they will have a clearer understanding of their athletic strengths & areas of improvement. These objective measurements are valuable for athletes who want to improve their performance.

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