Return Testing

The fastest and safest way to recovery.

Return Testing

The fastest and safest way to recovery.

RETURN TESTING

By monitoring and recording results on each visit, outcomes can be compared to a baseline helping to determine the optimal timing for returning to activity.

Once an athlete suffers a concussion the risk of a second concussion increases by three to six times. Optimal timing for return is done using a combination of assessment tools, setting the stage for safe re-entry into activity. The greatest protection is a FULL recovery prior to returning to full activity.

RETURN TESTING

By monitoring and recording results on each visit, outcomes can be compared to a baseline helping to determine the optimal timing for returning to activity.

Once an athlete suffers a concussion the risk of a second concussion increases by three to six times. Optimal timing for return is done using a combination of assessment tools, setting the stage for safe re-entry into activity. The greatest protection is a FULL recovery prior to returning to full activity.
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The goal of concussion recovery is twofold: to treat the symptoms of a concussion and to advance the recovery process so the patient can return safely to normal activity. The problem is that even when symptoms are alleviated, there are often neurologic deficits have not completely recovered. When a patient returns to normal activity in this state, the risk of recurring concussion remains at a very high level. It is critical that neurologic function and brain healing be sufficient in order to decrease the risk of a repeat brain injury, which can cause worse symptoms than in the original injury.

The goal of concussion recovery is twofold: to treat the symptoms of a concussion and to advance the recovery process so the patient can return safely to normal activity. The problem is that even when symptoms are alleviated, there are often neurologic deficits have not completely recovered. When a patient returns to normal activity in this state, the risk of recurring concussion remains at a very high level. It is critical that neurologic function and brain healing be sufficient in order to decrease the risk of a repeat brain injury, which can cause worse symptoms than in the original injury.