Game play challenges your athlete’s senses, mind and body. Athletes must instantly and correctly react to what they see on the field or court. Move explosively in all directions. And possess sufficient stamina.
Each of these critical capabilities is negatively impacted by a concussion. And with more intense play, concussion symptoms become more pronounced.
The most commonly used concussion baseline and return-to-play tests are administered while the athlete is seated at a computer or standing on a balance device. Tests having no resemblance to game play. Sorta like learning to swim on dry land…
Our new TRAZER® Sports Simulator, via full body sensing, 3-D graphics and breakthrough measurement analytics, provides previously immeasurable data directly related to your athlete’s healthy sports performance capabilities.
TRAZER displays realistic visual cues on a large screen to prompt game-like movements that progressively elevate the heart rate to game levels. To assess global performance capabilities: visual, vestibular, cognitive, neuromuscular/ musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems.
In only 7 – 9 minutes, TRAZER establishes your athlete’s healthy performance baseline for comparison to his post injury test, in the event of a concussion or orthopedic injury.
Hear it from anExpert.
Dr. Sean Lager, Owner of Gotham City Orthopedics, and Founder of Cleared to Play.org.
“TRAZER. . . Allows us to simulate a game situation without putting these kids at risk. . . Children’s brains . . . are not as developed as an adult. And after they sustain a concussion, they really have to get back to baseline before they go back to contact sports. They could sustain second impact syndrome, which is cerebral edema, and death. And we don’t want that on our watch.”
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- We are extremely excited about the multiple applications of TRAZER. Each program provides objective data that enables us to track an athlete’s progress & improvement. It is like having a “scoreboard” for rehabilitation. The athletes can see their progress & compete against each other in sports specific drills & games. The athletes also see the value in TRAZER and ask specifically to use it. I have no doubt that it will have a positive impact on our performance.
- I have seen the future of athlete development, and it is called the TRAZER sport simulator.
- Fort Bragg and Fort Campbell are both using TRAZER® to assist with vestibular rehabilitation for tbi. The lead vestibular therapist at Fort Campbell explained, ” We have found compliance is higher, enjoyment is greater and the results far outweigh other methodology in our military population. They look forward to the cognitive and physical challenges that TRAZER® presents while rehabilitating their tbi.”
- Wadsworth High School and the SUMMA Healthcare network own a TRAZER Unit. The school board, parents, and athletic department take pride in being on the "cutting edge of the concussion management to protect the lives and brains of our student athletes.” –Wadsworth, School Board Member