CU Boulder to lead Pac-12 research initiative on student-athlete concussions

November 17th, 2017 - By jen in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury

The Pac-12 Conference announced today that CU Boulder has been selected to lead its Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Concussion Coordinating Unit (PCCU), a multi-year, multi-site research initiative that will establish best practices and clinical infrastructure for advancing education on traumatic brain injury in student-athletes through the use of SyncThink EYE-SYNC technology, a world leader in neuro-technology with foundational intellectual property in eye-tracking. Read full article: … Continue reading

Concussion Detection in 2015 (And What Is Still Unknown)

January 6th, 2016 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Does playing football cause permanent brain damage? The answer is not so straightforward. We are likely to learn a lot more about the subject in 2016, but scientists are only beginning to understand the details of how concussions—also a serious problem in the military—damage the brain. Better concussion diagnostics will give scientists and physicians a more detailed understanding of brain injury, and will help doctors … Continue reading

Competitive Environment Complicates Decisions About Head Injuries

May 6th, 2015 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Injuries sustained by several players in high profile cases have troubled concussion activists. They say that despite clear progress in the recognition and treatment of head injuries in soccer, it is often up to the injured athlete or that athlete’s coach to determine when an injury requires removal from play. Mandatory stoppages and temporary substitutions have been proposed and discussed by FIFA, soccer’s world governing … Continue reading

Limiting Rest Is Found To Help Young Concussion Patients

January 6th, 2015 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Information on Brain Injury, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Researchers had expected to find that more rest would be helpful for young patients with mild concussions. Instead, a pediatric emergency medicine doctor at Children’s Hospital, and his colleagues found that the patients advised to rest for five days reported more physical and emotional symptoms like headache and nausea in first few days, and more often experienced irritability and sadness over 10 days. Full Article: … Continue reading

Why Being Idle Can Lead to Better Thinking

December 1st, 2014 - By admin in Anxiety, Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Information on ADD/ADHD, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Studies show that people would rather do something—anything—than be alone with their thoughts. But it’s through reflection, daydreaming, and introspection that we make sense of information and experiences and come up with new insight and ideas. Full Article: Lifehacker, “Why Being Idle Can Lead to Better Thinking”

Get a Baseline!

May 15th, 2014 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Information on Brain Injury, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, neuroAgility News

neuroAgility,PC is pleased to announce our Get a Baseline! program. We take concussions and head injury seriously. As athlete performance is one of our specialty areas, we are concerned with contact sports. Every concussion injures your brain to some extent. neuroAgility cares about providing you with an under­standing of your brain before and after the injury. Most impor­tantly, we care about restoring your brain back … Continue reading

neuroAgility presents at Mackintosh Academy’s Segue to Summer Series, May 2014

April 28th, 2014 - By admin in Anxiety, Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Autism Spectrum, Information on ADD/ADHD, Information on Brain Injury, Information on Neurofeedback, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, neuroAgility News

Strategies for Summer – “From Boredom to Over Scheduling, How Best to Serve the Gifted Child over Summer – and how Neurofeedback can help”. Neurofeedback professionals Kerri Honaker and Charity Finch will lead a discussion about how to make the most of Summer for your gifted child and family. They will also speak to how Neurofeedback can help address issues such as ADHD and anxiety … Continue reading

Sports Concussions

January 21st, 2014 - By admin in Information on Brain Injury, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Concussions are a very controversial topic in sports, and the measurement of them is controversial as well.  neuroAgility is often doing baseline qEEG’s for highschoolers, college, and professional athletes who want to see their activity before moving into even more intense arenas. There is hot debate around the topic of sports concussions, with no sure fire way to manage it.