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Concussion Testing

Baseline Concussion Testing

If you are required to take the ImPACT Baseline Concussion test for the 2017-2018 high school hockey season, please refer to the PDF (Baseline Concussion Home Testing 2017-18) and follow the instructions.  

The PDF is NOT the test, it contains instructions on taking the test, a sample of the test questions and a link and pass code to access the online test; the organization has found that when players and parents review the information contained in the PDF prior to taking the test, it makes for a better test.

Once the  ImPACT Baseline Concussion test is completed, please email the date the player completed the test to Coppell High School Hockey at   

ImPACT Post Injury Test

It is strongly recommended that any player who receives a concussion during AT&T High School League play sit out a minimum of fourteen (14) days.  The league encourages players to be examined by, and obtain a signed written medical release from, a MD/DO before they return to play.  It is suggested that any player without the written release should not participate in practices or games until after the fourteenth (14th) day period. 

Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine - Concussion Doctors 

Refer to the list of doctors below, but please contact Texas Health Resources for the most up to date list of physicians in the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex who specialize in concussions and can implement the ImPACT Post Injury Test as a tool to help determine when a player is able to return to play.

For more information regarding the ImPACT Post Injury Test please contact...Corey Smith at 214.345.5025 or