Used by clinics, sports leagues & teams, schools, parents or or individuals with general concern about their brain performance.
Clinically derived tests for cognitive, balance, and visual function.
View results immediately in-app or dive deeper on our web dashboard
Ensure athletes/patients are up to date with testing before their next game or appointment
Engaging games means better compliance for ongoing testing throughout a season and a better record of athlete/patient health.
EQ integrates with Healthkit and Google Fit to bring further data to your fingertips by tracking your activity and sleeping patterns.
Register on our dashboard to start adding athletes or patients, or download from the app store to use on your family or self.
Set your testing schedule, send reminders and create a healthy range of results.
If an injury occurs, use EQ to make an informed decision, and share the results with a qualified practitioner.
Your game results are displayed in the Stats Overview. You can select this view by logging into the app, selecting stats (from the menu at the bottom), then selecting the a date from the calendar. Once you have selected the date, you will see each game you played that day. If multiple test sessions were conducted on that day, you will see a drop-down to select the specific session. You can also select View Recent Results to see more results and view them on a scatter plot.
Results are obtained for three types of neurological function: cognitive, vestibular (balance) and visual. These critical brain functions can be affected by a number of conditions, such as head trauma, headache, stress, anxiety, lack of sleep and more. EQ is not a stand-alone diagnostic tool. Results are intended to be shared with a qualified professional to inform their decision-making process. For example, results can be compared against your healthy history when an injury is suspected, or they can be used to track your brain health if you are recovering from a brain injury.
To develop a baseline EQ range and maximize decision-making ability you need to complete the tests and play the neurological games as often as possible. This creates a helpful reference in case the you sustain a collision, especially since concussions cannot be identified with an MRI or CT scan.