Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 13 items for :

  • "neurocognitive assessment" x
  • Athletic Training, Therapy, and Rehabilitation x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All
Restricted access

Nicholas M. Hattrup, Rebekah L. Gardiner, Hannah Gray, Cailee E. Welch Bacon, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

necessary or required to meet the standard of care. While there may be differing opinions on the need for baseline neurocognitive testing, 1 , 3 the use of baseline neurocognitive assessments are widely utilized with 71.2% of athletic trainers in the secondary school setting 4 and 74.9% in the collegiate

Restricted access

Katie Ritter, Ashley N. Marshall, Keenan Robinson, Dilaawar J. Mistry, Meeryo C. Choe, and Tamara Valovich McLeod

divisions are similar to Kerr et al 7 who noted that significantly fewer Division II and III institutions included baseline assessments in their concussion protocols compared with Division I. The use of the ImPACT computerized neurocognitive assessment tool as the most commonly used computerized

Open access

Ke’La Porter, Carolina Quintana, and Matthew Hoch

neuromuscular control during a dripping task, more specifically increased knee valgus. Assessing this neurocognitive domain may be useful in identifying athletes with reduced neuromuscular control. Athletes who performed poorer on baseline neurocognitive assessments also demonstrated knee kinetics and

Restricted access

Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Gary W. Cohen, Melissa C. Kay, Dayna K. Tierney, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

athletic trainers noted the lack of experience community physicians had with interpreting information collected from neurocognitive assessments, such as the ImPACT test. In her local area in South Dakota, Sydney noted, “we do not have any neuropsychologists that are able to look at the ImPACT test results

Open access

Robert C. Lynall, Rachel S. Johnson, Landon B. Lempke, and Julianne D. Schmidt

neurocognitive assessments may be predictive of musculoskeletal injury risk, 10 and athletes who tore their anterior cruciate ligament had slower preinjury RT than those who did not. 11 These results suggest RT may provide important information about musculoskeletal injury risk, and it is possible a more

Restricted access

Eric Schussler, Ryan S. McCann, Nicholas Reilly, Thomas R. Campbell, and Jessica C. Martinez

neurologic function in collegiate football players . Ann Biomed Eng . 2012 ; 40 ( 1 ): 14 – 22 . PubMed ID: 21994067 doi:10.1007/s10439-011-0421-3 10.1007/s10439-011-0421-3 21994067 12. Avery M , Wattie N , Holmes M , Dogra S . Seasonal changes in functional fitness and neurocognitive

Restricted access

Katie Stephenson, Melissa N. Womble, Shawn R. Eagle, Philip Schatz, Tatiana Gervase, Brett Gustman, Eric Castor, Anthony P. Kontos, and R.J. Elbin

, headache, dizziness, nausea) following injury, and any impairment on assessments (eg, computerized neurocognitive assessments, VOMS). This definition of concussion is supported by the Concussion in Sport Group consensus statement. 16 NPC Distance Measurement The NPC distance measurement was obtained as part of the

Open access

Christopher P. Tomczyk, George Shaver, and Tamerah N. Hunt

. College athletes who present with anxiety at baseline may be susceptible to decreased performance on neurocognitive assessments, specifically in the domain of reaction time (simple and complex). 5 – 7 Only Bailey et al 5 specifically looked at the concussion baseline assessment, but Williams and

Restricted access

Megan Elizabeth Evelyn Mormile, Jody L. Langdon, and Tamerah Nicole Hunt

-approved informed consent and assent forms prior to the start of the study. All research was approved by the institutions’ IRB. Main Outcome Measures ImPACT is an internet-based neurocognitive assessment battery. 22 , 28 , 29 The assessment is comprised of 6 tests that measure 3 speed indices: simple reaction time

Restricted access

Courtney DeFeo, Nicholas Heebner, Carrie Baker, Matthew Hoch, and Nathan Morelli

, neurocognitive assessment, and postural control assessment. 10 One of the most commonly utilized postural control assessments in athletes following concussion is the modified Balance Error Scoring System (mBESS), a component of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool, fifth edition. 11 The mBESS was created for