Can New Device Aid in Pain and Concussion Management?
We all recognize the serious nature of a significant concussion and other head injury. There is often severe and chronic pain stemming from even the slightest concussion. It is imperative for the athlete to recognize potential ways to treat their injury and manage pain.
In June, there was discussions of a potential device that was being used to help treat the pain caused by a serious concussion. The Qu-Bit 300 is a unique device that is 40 years in the making. Continue reading to learn more about how it works and how serious the concussion problem is.
How Does the Qu-Bit 300 Work?
According to the doctor who invented the device, the idea is to provide a reset environment. It is a total immersion device with a focus on helping with concussions, chronic pain, seizures, and more. The machine is supposed to help restore the human bio-field.
Coaches from Alabama State University have tested it out and want to help others understand the potential values of the device.
Can It Help to Lower the Number of Concussions?
Did you know that there are roughly six suspected concussions for every diagnosed concussion in the game of college football? These suspected concussions are not always reported—nor are they considered a reason to keep a player out of the game, putting the injured player at further risk.
If this device can help with handling concussions, should it be a widespread method of treatment? Would it be beneficial to helping with the long-term problems arising from multiple serious concussions, protecting countless players in the process?
It’s important for collegiate programs to find any method to keep players safe. When it comes to concussions, it’s imperative to ensure a player is healthy before returning to play. If this is something that is overlooked and concussed players are allowed to return too soon, the program and / or university can be considered negligent.
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