ImPACT® Baseline Concussion Screening

One of the central goals of Inspira’s sports medicine program is to provide today’s top performers with the tools necessary to protect against and identify concussion-related injury. That’s why we’ve added ImPACT® baseline concussion screening to our list of services for athletes young and old, amateur and professional.

Before the season begins, athletes engage in a 15- to 30-minute screening process to build a baseline understanding of each player’s cognitive capabilities. These baseline numbers can then be used to better identify concussion-related injury and develop a more personalized treatment protocol—getting you back to peak performance faster and more prepared.

Inspira’s commitment to injury prevention and treatment goes even further than baseline concussion testing. Thanks to our mobile screening unit, we can travel to your location to perform a screening or sports physical for your child or teen. When transportation is an issue, we’ve got you covered. We even offer the convenience of an at-home test option for both youth and adult athletes!

If you’d like more information about our sports medicine program, or to schedule a consultation, call (856) 641-8000 ext. SPORT (77678) or submit a request online.

Why Choose Inspira?

Advanced Concussion Identification and Treatment

Athletes come in all shapes, sizes, ages and skill levels, and at Inspira, we’re committed to providing personalized care based on your specific athletic goals. Our team of trained clinical professionals, including a sports orthopedic specialist, certified athletic trainer, physical therapist and strength and conditioning coach, work collaboratively to diagnose and treat your concussion and help you prevent further head trauma.

Screening Services for Concussion Prevention

Screenings can help reduce your risk of injury before the big match, upcoming season or whatever athletic event you’re training for. Inspira’s sports medicine clinicians know exactly how to keep you safe from head trauma with functional movement screenings and baseline concussion testing. These practices go a long way in preventing concussions and other head injuries, allowing you to perform your best for years to come.