Heading off big problems

Heading off big problems

Mental-agility tests help ID possible concussions in S.W. Colo. athletes
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A computer program tests athletes’ cognizance levels. A “normal” baseline is set for each athlete, and another test after a possible head injury can show if there is a concussion. Portia Kamps, athletic trainer at Bayfield High School, demonstrates the test.
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Portia Kamps, athletic trainer at Bayfield High School, also uses tried-and-true tests to see if a student-athlete might have a head injury. Student Kylie Kolz, 18 follows Kamps’ finger.
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Bayfield High School student Kylie Kolz, 18, demonstrates a running pattern that athletic trainer Portia Kamps, left, has athletes perform when testing them for a concussion.
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Portia Kamps, athletic trainer at Bayfield High School, goes through a computer program called ImPACT, Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Test, that she uses on athletes when testing for a concussion.
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