Neurocognitive Baseline Testing
Neurocognitive baseline testing consists of a computerized test that measures an athlete’s
ability to perform certain tasks to assess brain function such as memory and reaction time. In the event of a concussion, an athlete is able to repeat the same test and the physician can then compare the results. The baseline test gives doctors access to information that can help develop the best plan of care for the athlete. Pre-season baseline testing is recommended for athletes participating in contact and collision sports.
The TSRHC Sports Medicine Center uses ImPACT™ to conduct neurocognitive baseline testing. Dr. Shane Miller is a Credentialed ImPACT Consultant (CIC), meaning he has undergone specialized ImPACT training to offer the best concussion care management to patients. A CIC is an expert in utilizing ImPACT products and the ImPACT Concussion Care Model to diagnose and manage concussions.
Make an Appointment
To make an appointment for an injury or to schedule baseline testing, call (469) 303-5000
or visit our online portal.