An effect of multiple concussion on corticoexcitability of lower extremity muscles: a pilot study
It has been determined that athletes who have sustained a concussion are at a higher risk of sustaining a lower extremity musculoskeletal injury. However, the exact cause or mechanism of this increased risk has not been established. The purpose of this research study is to determine whether individuals' brain signal to lower limb muscles is less excitable if the person has sustained 2 or more concussions in the past.
- IRB Number: 1904608779
- Research Study Identifier: TX10548
- Principal Investigator: Keisuke Kawata
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