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Adam C. King

a source of instability related to postural control. 7 While clinical balance assessments, like the balance error scoring system, are critical tools for the management of concussions, the lack of objective postural stability measures and inherent subjectivity represent key limitations. 5 Therefore

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Mindi Fisher, Ryan Tierney, Anne Russ and Jamie Mansell

time, and impulse control) and protocol validity. Completion of Child-SCAT3 to assess symptom rating, physical assessment, cognitive demographics, and health history. Next SAC-C to assess orientation, immediate memory, concentration, and delayed recall. Lastly, completion of the Balance Error Scoring

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Stephen M. Glass, Brian L. Cone, Christopher K. Rhea, Donna M. Duffy and Scott E. Ross

assessable through familiar and field-expedient protocols, such as the modified Balance Error Scoring System (BESS), 9 and is increasingly quantified in both clinical and laboratory contexts through the use of a force plate. Most work on the topic of balance considers a linear relationship in which a

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Tracey Covassin, Kyle M. Petit and Morgan Anderson

Balance Error Scoring System (BESS; Guskiewicz, Ross, & Marshall, 2001 ) is a common cost-effective measure of postural stability. Although the BESS is useful immediately after SRC, the recent consensus statement on concussion in sport cautions clinicians from using the BESS more than 5 days post

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Nicole L. Hoffman, Hannes Devos and Julianne D. Schmidt

computerized neurocognitive testing (CNS Vital Signs), 12 two balance assessments (Balance Error Scoring System [BESS] and Sensory Organization Test [SOT]), 13 and mental status examination (Standardized Assessment of Concussion [SAC]). 14 The patient complained of mild pressure in his head, and also neck

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Cindy N. Nguyen, Reuben N. Clements, Lucas A. Porter, Nicole E. Clements, Matthew D. Gray, Dustin J. Killian and Russell T. Baker

: Self-Report Symptom checklist, Balance Error Scoring System test, Standardized Assessment of Concussion test, and Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing test. 11 – 13 Recently, more novel tests, such as the King-Devick test and the clinical reaction time (RT clin ) test, have been

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Landon Lempke, Abbis Jaffri and Nicholas Erdman

compared to the group receiving no modifications to cognitive activity and activities of daily living. Abbreviations: ACE-ED, ACE-Emergency Department; AIS, activity intensity scale; BESS, balance error scoring system; CEBM, Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine; ED, emergency department; GSC, graded symptom

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Kelly M. Meiners and Janice K. Loudon

, with the authors concluding that static and dynamic assessments provide different information with regard to the control of posture. Clark et al 12 tested both dominant and nondominant legs utilizing the single-leg balance test, modified Balance Error Scoring System (mBESS) test, and modified SEBT on

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Kyoungyoun Park, Thomas Ksiazek and Bernadette Olson

as the Balance Error Scoring System, the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 3, and oculomotor tests specific to SC assessment may provide additional outcome measures at various time points across the spectrum of care. Treatment effects would also be more strongly substantiated if a larger sample size

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Michael Gay and Semyon Slobounov

observations then provide a trajectory to recovery of function that can be measured serially over time. Research in posture and gait control reveal the impact of concussion on motor control. The clinical features of poor motor control and balance are routinely assessed using the Balance Error Scoring System