Incorporating neurocognitive visual reaction training has been shown to increase bating
performance in collegiate baseball players. However, poor methodology, such as lack of a
control group and use of an unreliable outcome measure, limit the strength of the previous
study. Therefore the purpose of this study is to determine the effects of neurocognitive
visual reaction training on reaction time and coordination in an athletic population.
The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of neurocognitive visual reaction
training on reaction time and coordination.
- subjects that participate in a structured sport team
- between the ages of 18-65
- with or without a history of mild traumatic brain injury.
- subjects currently under medical supervision and not fully cleared to participate in
structured sport team.