Normative Data for the BTrackS Balance Test Concussion-Management Tool: Results from 10 045 Athletes Aged 8 to 21 Years.

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Summary of "Normative Data for the BTrackS Balance Test Concussion-Management Tool: Results from 10 045 Athletes Aged 8 to 21 Years."

Balance tests are a recommended assessment of motor function in concussion protocols. The BTrackS Balance Test (BBT) is a tool for concussion balance testing that uses low-cost force-plate technology to objectively measure postural sway.


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Name: Journal of athletic training
ISSN: 1938-162X


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