Have You Created a Concussion Baseline?
Protect The Only Brain You'll Ever Have!
Concussion Baseline testing is a pre-participation assessment used to assess an athlete’s balance and brain function. It can also assess the presence of existing concussion symptoms if an athlete has a suspected concussion. Baseline tests can also be used for comparison if an athlete incurs a secondary impact during play.
M3 Kinections' concussion baseline testing is a simple, fun and yet thorough set of assessments that test visual acuity, peripheral vision, processing speed, memory, executive functions, vision tracking and balance. Uniquely, M3 Kinections’ testing methodology employs the Dynavision D2 board to measure visual perception and reaction time through objective, computer-generated data. This test is not for neurological diagnosis or medication assessment.
It Takes Less Than 15 Minutes To Protect The Only Brain You Will Ever Have!
M3 Kinections’ Testing Methodology Measures Visual Perception and Reaction Time to 1/100th of a Second
The Dynavision D2 Board
Dynavisions's D2 Board is currently the only fully objective frontline tool available for concussion baseline testing, post-impact testing, informing recovery program development and return-to-play decisions.
The test is identically repeatable, which ensures that our assessments can be repeated at specific intervals, based on statistical data and provide an objective measurement of cognitive trajectory. Results from baseline tests can be used to help design targeted sports training programs, for comparison if an athlete incurs a secondary impact and to create recovery and management programs.
Why Establish a Concusison Basline?
Objectively Test Performance and Brain Function.
Assess Existing Concussion Symptoms.
Have Comparitive, Pre-impact Baseline Data.
Objectively Measure Your Cognitive Trajectory.
Make Better Return-to-Play Decisions.
Create Personalized Impact Recovery Programs.
Get Back To Doing What You Love - Wisely!
Learn More About the D2 Board
Schedule your Concussion Baseline Testing here.