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sport-specific exertional therapy
Cara Troutman-Enseki, co-coordinator of exertional training for the UPMC Concussion Program, puts minor-league hockey player Matt Lombardi through the paces. Athletes receive sport-specific exertional therapy as part of their treatment and rehabilitation program.
ImPACT test Local high-school athlete Seth Boley takes the ImPACT® test before his clinical examination at the UPMC Concussion Program.
ImPact (Immediate Post-concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) Developed by the founders of the UPMC Concussion Program, the ImPACT® (Immediate Post-concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the first and most widely utilized computerized neurocognitive test to objectively assess the effects of a concussion - specifically brain processing speed, memory and visual motor skills.
UPMC Concussion Program Dr. Maria Twichell, clinical director of treatment and rehabilitation at the UPMC Concussion Program, completes a clinical examination with Bryan Berube, a high school athlete from Tennessee.
Dr. Michael ' Micky' Collins Dr. Michael “Micky” Collins, clinical and executive director of the UPMC Concussion Program, goes through a complete examination with patient Natalia Watzlaf, a local high-school athlete. Collins is testing her vision/ocular abilities and symptoms due to a concussion that affects her vestibular ocular system.
clinical and therapeutic services Director Dr. Michael “Micky” Collins talks with minor-league hockey player Matt Lombardi after the patient completes a full day of clinical and therapeutic services under one roof.
UPMC Center for Sports Medicine A night-time view of the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. The Concussion Program in 2012 moved to a newly constructed second-floor wing devoted solely to the assessment, treatment, education and research surrounding concussions.
Vestibular therapy at UPMC Concussion Program High-school athlete Baylee DeForest of Virginia undergoes a vision examination by Anne Mucha, the clinical coordinator for vestibular therapy with the UPMC Concussion Program.
computerized infrared goggles Anne Mucha, the UPMC Concussion Program’s clinical coordinator for vestibular therapy, places computerized infrared goggles over the head of high-school athlete Baylee DeForest of Virginia to better examine the tracking and movement of the eyes of a concussion patient.