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Currently identifying and diagnosing concussions on the sports field (or workplace or school yard) is subjective and based on clinical observation and judgement.

Accurate diagnosis of concussions requires multi-modality analysis using objective testing methods. These include established and valid neuroscience methods that measure brain activity (as neuroimaging does not reveal any abnormalities following a concussion), biomarkers; to associate with clinical assessment and neuropsychology testing. By improving evaluation via objective testing methods, individuals are less likely to sustain multiple concussions.