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The Sports Neurology Clinic offering Baseling Concussion Testing


The Sports Neurology Cinic is offering Brain Health Baseline Test for only $40 especially for KVHA Families.   Please mention “KVHA” to receive $10 off the basic version.

Many appointments available now through June 29th, appointments will be limited after August 1st, don't delay. 

Call 810-522-6080 to schedule

The concussion experts at The Sports Neurology Clinic (Brighton) set the gold standard for “baseline testing,” also known as “concussion testing.” Our approach goes far beyond the typical computer-based testing and considers all factors that contribute to an athlete’s neurological health.  Brain Health Baseline Testing is the best way to prepare in the event you or your athlete suffers a concussion. Completing a proper baseline test will allow for a more effective diagnosis and return-to-play process.

At The Sports Neurology Clinic, we understand that each concussion, and each patient, requires an individualized approach. We believe in using a unique and comprehensive assessment, and model this through our personalized, case-by-case approach to patient care. Knowing how your brain functions when you are healthy will give you a competitive edge to your recovery. 


The Sports Neurology Clinic

8273 Grand River Ave #210

 Brighton, MI 48114

MAHA Adopts USA Hockey Concussion Management Program

To comply with State of Michigan Senate Bill 1122 & House Bill 5697 regulations, MAHA has adopted the USA Hockey Concussion Management Program and associated educational materials as its concussion management program.  These educational materials include the Concussion Management Program handout, USA Hockey Concussion Poster and other concussion related information.  We are asking all parents and guardians to download the materials and review them with their player.  Each season, players and parents will be asked to acknowledge that they have received and reviewed these materials prior to the start of the season.

Another part of the new legislation requires that coaches remove any youth athlete suspected of having sustained a concussion from all hockey activities immediately. The athlete may only return to practice or competition when the organization receives written authorization from a licensed healthcare provider.  The association must retain the release for the entire time the athlete is registered with the organization, or until the athlete reaches 18.  MAHA affiliated clubs, associations, coaches and administrators each have a responsibility in dealing with, reporting and retaining records of players with concussion symptoms.

Concussion can cause serious and long-term damage to young players if not treated properly. We urge you to review the materials and become familiar with the symptoms of concussions. Concussion awareness is part of our coaching education program, but many times a players symptoms may not show until after the player has left the arena for home. Parents also need to be aware of how to identify the symptoms and learn what to do in the case you suspect a player has sustained a concussion.

Thank you for taking the time to review these materials to ensure the safety of all our players.