Tekscan announces the release of its SportsAT™ Software, the first and only objective computerized testing for balance assessments. SportsAT includes a set of standardized test protocols that are typically used as part of a comprehensive concussion assessment program:
Using Tekscan's pressure measurement mats, scores are automatically calculated. Test an unlimited number of athletes with results conveniently stored in a centralized database. The innovative software counts the balance errors committed by the athlete through the course of the BESS test; making administration of the test more consistent and objective.
"The BESS software from Tekscan provides a new level of assurance to team physicians and athletic trainers in that the BESS scores for their athletes will always be determined in the same way, regardless of the training and experience levels of the tester," said Jaclyn Caccese, Doctoral Student - Biomechanics and Movement Science, University of Delaware. She continued, "This gives them the peace of mind and confidence that they can meaningfully compare and trend their athletes' BESS scores relative to their baseline, even over multiple seasons."
The SportsAT Software features:
"Sport related concussions are a serious issue for athletic programs nationwide and the implementation of reliable, validated, return-to-play protocols as part of a comprehensive concussion management program are essential in protecting the health of our athletes." said Peter Gantchev, Senior Medical Product Manager at Tekscan, Inc. "The Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) is a validated protocol that is part of a larger concussion assessment program. Tekscan has automated the BESS and SCAT3 tests and made it easy for anyone to perform so that athletic trainers and team physicians can be confident that they are always getting accurate and reliable scores."
SportsAT software is now available for shipment worldwide. For more information call 617-464-4500 or contact email@example.com.
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