This page contains current research articles on athletic-related concussions.
This article is a lengthy summary of the multitude of factors involved in sports concussions, from defining concussion, on-field evaluations, and evidence-based return to play guidelines, to the role of neuropsychological testing and computer-based therapies.
Computerized neurocognitive testing has proven helpful in diagnosing concussion, but can it also play a role in getting patients faster results?
Lau, B., Collins, M., & Lovell, M. (2011). Sensitivity and Specificity of Subacute Computerized Neurocognitive Testing and Symptom Evaluation in Predicting Outcomes After Sports-Related Concussion. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 39(6), 1209-1216.