As Brain Injury Awareness Month continues, Dr. Alden’s mission to present information about Atlas Concussion Testing and the C1 Treatment ProtocolTM became even more global on March 14, 2018 as he presented to the Executive Leadership Council of an international group with membership of over 20,000. Even before the hour-long presentation was completed, it was clear that Atlas Concussion Testing had a message that will communicate well from the platform that has been established by this growing group of philanthropists.
Atlas Concussion Testing has a simple, yet ambitious mission statement, “We intend to change the paradigm of concussion management globally”. With tools like The Performance Optimization Protocol, which serves as a preventative measure that helps strengthen the barriers and increase resiliency against injury, Blood Brain Barrier Permeability testing of course, additional barrier and neurological antibody testing, and the post-concussion C1 Treatment Protocol TM.. Atlas Concussion Testing is poised to deliver on that mission.
“Predict, Prevent and Prevail over Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)” was the theme of Dr. Alden’s presentation in Columbus, Ohio on March 10, 2018. His audience, retired NFL players and their families, along with many other interested individuals from groups like the Veterans Administration and Buckeye Physical Medicine and Rehab received the message loud and clear. Atlas Concussion Testing has the answer that they have been searching for, a way to objectively test and confirm concussion and post-traumatic brain damage (CTE) and more importantly, a way to treat individuals in order to prevent the ravages of neurodegeneration.
At a time when the media is reporting that researchers are working on the issues, and there are no answers or treatments available, the attendees were treated to the fact that yes, indeed there is an answer to their suffering at Atlas Concussion Testing. And so continues our effort to educate as many individuals as possible about the C1 Treatment ProtocolTM. Many of the attendees inquired about how to be tested and treated for CTE, as some have been diagnosed and others are afraid that they are suffering some of the early signs and symptoms already.
Dr. Alden concluded with his classic phrase, “The Blood Doesn’t Lie”, indicating that Atlas Concussion Testing has the tools to confirm the diagnosis of concussions and/or predict CTE. Either way, Dr. Alden has only one mission, which is to save as many brains as possible.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and Atlas Concussion Testing launched our recognition of the importance of educating health care providers on improving concussion management protocols by presenting at the SCCA conference in Columbia, SC. Dr. Mike Alden presented information on traumatic brain injuries and the resulting immunoexcitotoxic events that can follow. Doctors from all over South Carolina were taught about the importance of the blood brain barrier and the intestinal barrier regarding the gut-brain axis.