The first concussion consensus statement was published after the International Concussion in Sport group met in Vienna in 2001, and one of their findings was that neuropsychological testing was the cornerstone of concussion management. (The Concussion in Sport group is an international panel of the leading researchers in the field of concussions. They have released 5 statements since 2001 that amalgamate the latest research and best practice recommendations.) Since 2001 there has been a p...
Posted on 2018-09-11
Quality Assurance and control is an ongoing goal and challenge for many companies. Many countless hours and financial resources are dedicated towards efficient structural engineering and equipment operations.  However, the efficiency of those behind these controls, namely the employees should also be taken into account. Employees are expected to have full and undivided attention in their work.  This ability to maintain focus on specified tasks at work is rarely assessed or trained. Res...
Posted on 2018-05-18
When it comes to performance, every athlete has their own unique recipe for success. There are often elements of strength, power, and endurance training, as well as a focus on mobility. Where we have seen a major gap in an athletes training program is from a neurocognitive perspective. In layman’s terms, this means a focus on hand-eye coordination and reaction time by strengthening peripheral vision and spatial awareness. As a former NCAA baseball athlete, I wish that this type of trainin...
Posted on 2018-01-25
Writen by Brent Andrews BPE, A.T.,C The Foot: A good analogy is the foundation of a house. If the foundation is weak the house will eventually start to collapse. Likewise if your feet are weak your body will collapse. Proper foot function provides support for the body above, keeping it strong. On the other hand, if the foot collapses then the body above is inadequately supported. In biomechanical terms, collapsing of the foot is called over-pronation. Pronation is a necessary motion of the foot...
Posted on 2017-12-14
We are so fortunate at Honsberger Physio+ to have such a dedicated group of therapists committed to client care, injury prevention and helping you accomplish your goals! One thing that not many of our clients are aware of is that Brent Andrews, BPE, ATC was the Athletic Trainer for The Toronto Blue Jays when they won the pennant in 1992 and 1993! For those of you who are baseball superfans, up and coming baseball athletes, have a nagging elbow injury or shoulder injury than Bren...
Posted on 2017-12-14

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