1. What is a concussion baseline test?
A concussion baseline test is done before you are injured. This test will help you understand and know your state of physical ability and your brain function levels. A concussion baseline test will measure a few things including processing speed, current symptoms, pain levels, balance, and physical abilities.
If it is before the start of your sport’s new season or you’re just getting started, now is the perfect time to get a baseline test. If you or your child are beginning to play sports, this is also an excellent time to get this test.
Typically a baseline test is taken before being injured. Your baseline gives us data to compare to if you get hurt later on.
If you have been injured and after 30 days you are still experiencing any of the symptoms listed below you may be looking for a complimentary consultation instead of a baseline test.
- Brain Fog
- Depression and/or Anxiety
- Easily Get Lost or Confused
- Headaches and/or Migraines
- Lack of Focus
- Loss of Balance or Dizziness
- Loss of Smell
- Mood Changes
- Poor Concentration
- Sensitivity to Light and/or Noise
- Short or Long Term Memory Loss
- Slowness in Thinking and Processing
- Visual Disturbance