Group Assessments for Sporting Teams
Tracking the welfare of your team is an important part of preparation and ensuring high-performance.
Each assessment is conducted with the individual participant and can be conducted in our lab or at a team’s premises, always managing the appropriate privacy requirements.
Assessments are non-invasive and, depending on the depth of the assessment required, can be completed within 30-90 minutes.
NeuroSports Labs can help your team reach its’ optimum level by offering:
- Pre-Season Baseline Assessments
- Post-Season Review Assessments
- Post-Career Post-Concussion Syndrome Assessments
- Return-To-Play Assessments
When should our team be assessed?
It is recommended that a Pre-Season Baseline Assessment be undertaken prior to participants commencing the competitive season and a Post-Season Review Assessment be undertaken a month after completion of the competitive season (to allow settling of any end of season contact incidents).
Return-To-Play Assessments are undertaken during the season on an ‘as notified’ basis to assess incidents occurring in-season and are assessed on a 2/7/12 day post-incident basis or for however long is required to ensure the participant is safe to return to competition.
On completion, a detailed report will be provided to the participant’s general practitioner and, subject to the participant’s consent, to your club or league.
It’s such a simple process to get assessed.
Make a booking
Make a booking to visit our purpose-built lab in Melbourne. Sometimes, just making the first move is the hardest part. Once you’ve booked in, you’re on your way to finding out answers.Book an Assessment
Arrive at the lab
Located centrally in Docklands, Melbourne, there’s ample parking nearby and easy access to the lab.
Consultations take approximately 90 minutes and involve multi-modality testing including eye-movements, cognitive testing, neuro-sensory and brain stimulation assessments.
You’ll receive a detailed report of your assessment and provide suggestions for evidence-based rehabilitation and currently available treatment options, based on our scientific research.