One last thing before the end of Brain Injury Awareness Month
A recent NBC news story featured a long-used vision test that has become an important tool on the sidelines of sporting events. This test, known as the King-Devick test has been used by behavioral optometrists for decades to look at eye movements as they relate to reading fluency and proficiency. The story can be viewed here: two-minute-sideline-test-could-be-best-way-to-id-concussions. Check it out if you or your child is involved in contact sports of any kind.