HOI’s Concussion Management Program is Tailored to the Student Athlete

Hunterdon Neurology and Hunterdon Orthopaedic Institute are pleased to offer young athletes a comprehensive program for the prevention and treatment of concussions, also known as mild traumatic brain injuries. Our program is tailored for student athletes in middle school, high school, or on traveling sports teams.

Concussion Management at Hunterdon

Our program features four components designed to support young athletes before, during, and after injury:

Education and Prevention

We provide student athletes with the latest evidence-based information regarding prevention and treatment.

Pre-Season Baseline ImPACT® Testing

We offer the ImPACT® test, the most widely used and scientifically validated tool currently available to monitor brain recovery after an injury, as well as pre-season baseline testing for just $10.

Injury Evaluation

Our team is available to you at all times for consultation and treatment if you suspect an injury. We offer same-day appointment and on-site MRI at our location in Flemington.

Return to Activities

We customize a graduated return-to-exercise program based on improvement of symptoms, clinical examinations, and follow-up ImPACT testing.

Get Ahead of Head Injury

Learn more about the Concussion Management Program at HOI. To enroll your athlete or team in the program call (908) 782-0600 and speak to Susan More RN, MSN (ext. 2271).

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