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Concussion baseline testing is crucial for athletes of all skill levels. It allows us to establish potential risk factors and neurological deficits that could impact an athlete’s performance.

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Our multifaceted concussion prevention program is designed to improve an athlete's peripheral vision and neck strength in order to decrease concussion risk.

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What we know about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

Of the 202 brains dissected, 111 of the brains belonged to former players in the N.F.L. while the others belonged to the Canadian Football League, semi-professional players, college players and high school players. Of those 111 brains belonging to former NFL players, all but one of them was found to have CTE.

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Sports Psychology and Brain Function

In order to reach peak performance, athletes MUST receive a functional evaluation to see which areas of their brain and body, if any, are working sub-optimally, causing deficits in athletic output. Just because you are strong or fast does not mean you are functioning at your best.

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Avoiding eye strain by eliminating artificial blue light

The systems that receive blue light are common areas that are damaged after a concussion or whiplash injury. Some patients can develop extreme sensitivity to light (and sometimes sound) when these areas are not working optimally. A comprehensive neurological evaluation is recommended if you are having light sensitivity or eye strain related to a concussion or even classic migraine headaches behind or around your eyes.

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The Link Between TBI and Hormones

Women injured during the luteal phase of their menstrual cycle, when progesterone concentration is high, had significantly lower Quality of Life and Health Index Scores than women injured during the follicular phase of their cycle or women taking oral contraceptives

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