Blink reflex parameters in baseline, active, and head-impact Division I athletes

  title={Blink reflex parameters in baseline, active, and head-impact Division I athletes},
  author={D. Garner and Jesse S. Goodwin and Nancey Trevanian Tsai and Ronald T. Kothera and M. Semler and B. Wolf},
  journal={Cogent Engineering},
  • D. Garner, Jesse S. Goodwin, +3 authors B. Wolf
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Cogent Engineering
  • Abstract The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1.6–3.8 million concussions occur each year. Research cites that 21% of traumatic brain injury in children/youth results from participation in sports and recreational activities. However, current methods to assess concussion, which includes balance, neurocognitive, and self-report assessments, provide conflicting validity and reliability. Thus, many sports medicine professionals seek more objective measures to assess the severity… CONTINUE READING


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