Since the resurgence of the NFL promoting concussion awareness, doctors have started paying more attention to the injury. Dr. Alina Fong of Cognitive FX has spent the past 12 years researching and studying concussions.
“We’ve completed thousands of concussion scans as well, and so we have an idea of what concussion can look like in a brain. We take that information [and] craft a treatment program for them,” Fong said.
Technology will line each player’s helmet next season that senses impact — and sends notification to a device that somebody holds on the sideline to monitor.
At the end of each day, the data will be sent to Provo-based Cognitive FX, a company that helps people recover from concussions. They work with the Department of Defense and NFL players, and soon they will be analyzing data from Provo High School’s practices and games.
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An article that talks about the concussion Austin Collie received while playing in the NFL. It also discusses how Austin overcame his injury (Cognitive FX) and is now playing in the Canadian Football League.
Article on the concussion rehabilitation program that Austin Collie went through that help him recover from his past injuries. Article also discusses the use of the neuro- cognitive functional MRI.
Article about the epic concussion treatment detailing the treatment and out comes of Austin Collie and Rand Kerr. Explain how our treatment differs from other concussions clinics and how we get the outcomes patients are looking for.
Tom Brady discusses his preparation and workout regime he uses to preform at the highest level. He discusses the neuro cognitive training that he does with his neuropsychologist, Alina Fong clinical director of Cognitive FX.