Last year while in Zürich I was approached by a group of people from the Cleveland Clinic and they had a poster they wanted to show me. It had numbers, graphs and pictures – your normal poster at a conference – but what caught my eye was an iPad strapped on the back of a patient that was measuring movement. I asked very basic questions and to be frank I was a bit overwhelmed at the entire company I was keeping in Zürich, so the poster was a blur.
After that chance meeting and getting back to the States I really forgot about the project until the spring when I started to hear more about it in the underground. This testing platform was starting to get noticed and being from one of, if not currently the most, prestigious concussion care centers only helped matters. I wanted to learn more; and in August that chance finally presented itself as the company selling the C3 Logix, Just Go Products, was able to connect with me for a webinar.
I was very blown away with what they were presenting to me – which is probably what the development team in Zürich was telling me – so much so that I wrote a glowing post on it. Since that time I have worked hard to find a way to procure the system for use; if nothing more to test it out and see if my perceptions were reality. This goal of mine finally became a reality, not only was I able to get the iPad needed and the app, C3 even offered to send out a technician (really that may be underselling David, he is a nerd but a very good nerd) to help me get accustomed to it.
This past Friday I scheduled the winter sports concussion testing for my high school; the freshman and juniors that have not already done so completed a popular version of the computer based neurocognitive testing, while the other freshman and juniors along with seniors were up for the “beta test” on the C3 Logix platform. With the split we had 30 kids Continue reading