Can vision training help prevent concussionsathletes

THERE IS A NEW HIGHTECH WAY. HOW VISION TRAINING WORKS. PREPARING FOR THE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. COACHES KNOW CONCUSSION'S HAVE BECOME THE MOST COMMON INJURY IN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AFFECTING ONE

OUT OF EVERY FIVE PLAYERS. NUMBER 52, BENJAMIN CLARKE IS ONE OF THEM. THAT HIS RECOVERY HAS BEEN UNLIKE MOST. IT IS HAD A HUGE IMPACT ON ME. THIS IS CALLED VISION

TRAINING. THREE TIMES A WEEK, THEY USE THE TECHNOLOGY, A NEUROLOGICAL EXERCISE HELPING ATHLETES RECOVER FROM CONCUSSION. YOU'RE GOING TO KNOW HIM AND WHEN YOU GET UP FROM THAT HIT,

SOMETHING IS NOT RIGHT. YOU WILL NOTICE SOMETHING THAT YOUR CHILD, NOT RIGHT. CHALLENGING HIS PERIPHERAL VISION AND REFLEXES, BEN IS REWIRING SHORT CUTS IN HIS BRAIN THAT WILL MAKE THEM QUICKER TO RESPOND TO POTENTIAL HITS.

THE GOAL IS TO TAP A SECRET LIFE. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI STUDY FOUND ATHLETES TRAIN WITH THE TECHNOLOGY EVERY SEASON WERE FAR LESS LIKELY TO GET CONCUSSIONS. IT GIVES THE FAMILY FEAST OF MIND.

THAT WAS THE MAIN THING THEY CAME IN HERE WITH WHICH WAS WE DON'T CARE. THEN LOVES PLAYING FOOTBALL. WE WANT TO KNOW WHERE HE IS GOING TO BE WHEN HE WAS 40. HE WAS SIDELINED AFTER MULTIPLE CONCUSSIONS.