At a championship football game, a player was slow to get up and was clearly disoriented as he made his way to the sidelines. The athletic trainer suspected a potential ocular-motor impairment, and immediately used EYE-SYNC to conﬁrm. The 60 second assessment showed massive eye movement saccades, with obvious evidence of the eye jumping ahead in incorrect prediction.
As a result, it was clear the player wasn’t safe to play the rest of the game. As part of the concussion management protocol, the athlete began a return to play progression the next day, where daily EYE-SYNC assessments measured improvements and readiness for further progression until he was approved to return to play.