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January 20, 2017

HeadCheck Health Partners with SportMedBC to Provide Evidence-Based Concussion Testing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 19, 2017 HEADCHECK HEALTH ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SPORT MEDICINE COUNCIL OF BC – Partnership to Provide All Levels of BC Sporting Organizations and Medical Professionals Access to an Innovate, Evidence-Based Concussion Tool and Resources   VANCOUVER, BC (January 19, 2017) – Headcheck Health Inc. (HeadCheck), a Canadian company that

November 29, 2016

HeadCheck adds VOMS to the platform

One of the outcomes of the 2012 Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport was a question as to whether vision testing could help improve the sideline identification of concussion. Since that point, researchers have been busy investigating the usefulness of different types of vision testing. From simple timed reading tasks like the King-Devick Test to

June 11, 2016

Mental rest and concussion recovery

One of the most frustrating parts of having a concussion is that you can’t control your recovery process or sometimes even how you’re feeling. You can’t anticipate those wild flashes of emotion, the sudden mood swing or dread of the next big headache that will take you out for the unforeseeable future. Further, it is

May 20, 2016

A Close Inspection: Heading the Ball

In recent years, research has raised awareness in both amateur and professional sports by demonstrating the link between collisions, blows to the head, and concussions. While it is believed that 80-90% of concussions will resolve without therapeutic or pharmaceutical intervention in 7-10 days, it is suspected that repetitive impact exposure may lead to permanent damage. Sub-concussive