Brain Health Begins with a Good Assessment

While every person's brain is unique, over the past two decades we have been able to establish common ranges of "normal" brain function for various tests. By performing a brain health assessment, you will be able to identify functions of your brain that are working above average, average, and below average. This will allow us an opportunity (at minimum) to establish your baseline brain health, and allow us to create programs that will improve function and help you unleash your brain's potential.

Measure Your Current Brain Health

Regular assessments and screenings have become the mainstay of many health specialties: dentistry, vision, cardiology, and oncology (cancer). However, the assessment of brain health is not yet commonplace.

Your brain is one of the only organs that cannot be easily repaired or transplanted if it becomes diseased. Therefore, brain assessment and comparison of the data to healthy individuals is critical to identifying the early stages of brain disease, and a key component in disease prevention. Additionally, brain health assessments may also help you understand some everyday challenges that you face.

Establish A Brain Health Baseline

Concussions affect one in every 10 people in the United States each year. It has been published that the effects of concussions may persist for months to years in as many as 67% of concussions. Medical research has also established that concussions and other brain disorders may exist without any outward symptoms.

A brain health baseline will allow you to know how your brain function compares to a healthy individual with your demographics. It provides your doctors with a measurement of function for us to compare against if you sustain an injury or neurological symptoms. It will also allow us to know when your brain is healthy again.

Measure Changes in Brain Function Over Time

Author Peter Drucker once said, "You can't change what you don't measure." More than one in 6 people will develop a neurological challenge and seek treatment for it at some point in their life. Additionally, a survey of 4,521 healthy individuals revealed that 81.2% had one or more areas of life in which they wished to enhance their performance.

By regularly assessing brain health through functional measurements, we can determine if your brain health is improving or declining over time. This allows us to determine the effectiveness of your health or performance plan, and provide early identification of declining health.

We Measure These...


We collect your height, weight, body mass index, and other important body metrics.

Mental Health

Utilizing research validated tools, we are able to measure mental health and quality of life.

Autonomic Function

We assess the brain's involuntary functions such as pupil function, heart rate variability, and more.

Sleep Quality

We utilize a validated questionnaire which is able to predict outcomes of a sleep study.

Cognitive Performance

Through a software, we measure the integrity of 12 different fMRI-confirmed cognitive networks.

Vestibular Function

Simple, comfortable, bed-side assessments allow us to evaluate your vestibular system. 


Utilizing a test called the mCTSIB, we are able to measure the 3 components of balance

Vision & Eye Movments

Visual function is more than 20/20. We assess binocular vision, eye alignment, movements and more.

Spatial Awareness

Having proper awareness of space is critical for navigation, daily activities and safety in sports. 

Reaction Time

Cognitive-motor speed is one of the best indications of aging, injury, and neurological disease.

Head/Neck Control

A simple test using targets and head-mounted lasers tells us a lot about your brain-neck function.

Cardiovascular Health

A simple test, and listening to your heart and lungs, allows us to assess your brain-cardiac control.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who should get a brain health assessment?
How often should someone get a brain assessment?
What happens if you find something wrong?
Should I ask my doctor before getting assessed?

Who should get a brain assessment?

There are 3 groups of individuals that are at high risk for concussions/brain injuries: children (ages 12-18), athletes, and geriatrics. We recommend that individuals in these populations obtain brain assessments as soon as possible, BEFORE their brain is injured. This evaluation will allow your healthcare team to have baseline measurements that we can utilized to diagnose a brain injury, and know when it is healed. However, in reality, everyone will benefit from having a thorough assessment.

How often should someone get a brain assessment?

Everyone should be assessed if they sustain a head injury, or suspect a neurological challenge. Individuals that play competitive, or contact sports, should have an assessment performed before and after/between seasons. Individuals not competing in sports, but are in the high-risk populations (children and geriatrics) are recommended to have an evaluation each year. Those in the normal-risk populations are advised to have an assessment performed every three years.

What happens if you find something wrong?

Our reports will include your results, the optimal range, the healthy range, and an abnormal range. If your scores fall within the abnormal range, we recommend that you schedule a consultation with Dr. Antonucci. In many cases, there are simple exercises that can be recommended and performed to restore normal function in a matter of days to weeks. In the event that exercises are ineffective, Dr. Antonucci may recommend a guided treatment plan.

Should I ask my doctor before getting assessed?

Dr. Antonucci oversees all brain health assessments, and has a pristine safety and satisfaction history. You can read more about Dr. Antonucci and his credentials here. Although it's not necessary, we do encourage you to talk to your doctor before getting assessed. We are certain that they will see the value in our assessment, and may be eager to read our reports. Once we have collected your data and Dr. Antonucci has interpreted the reports, he would be happy to consult with your doctor, if you want him to.

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