6D Helmets Joins AMMC Concussion ProgramMonday, December 31, 2012 | 1:40 PM
The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center (AMMC) would like to welcome 6D Helmets as our sponsor for the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross concussion testing and management program for AMA Professional Supercross and Motocross athletes.
Thanks to 6D’s participation, baseline testing for the 2013 Supercross series will be provided at no charge to participants at designated facilities. Follow-up, release testing and review will also be available in Southern California, by appointment with Eddie Casillas, Program Coordinator at ICHOR Sports Medicine or Paul R. Reiman, M.D. of Alexander Reiman Orthopedics. Detailed information about the program is offered on the AMMC’s website at http://themedicrig.com.
6D Helmets is a company dedicated to the health and welfare of motorcyclists everywhere and owns the unique patent-pending ‘ODS’ (Omni-Directional Suspension) technology. Their goal is to provide the public with superior safety helmets from both a technological and design perspective; an ideal pairing for this program.
6D’s support of the AMMC’s concussion program demonstrates their commitment to rider safety and the future of our sport. “We’re extremely pleased to support the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center and the ‘ImPACT’ concussion testing program. This is a very important program designed to protect the well-being of our athletes and help preserve the future of our sport.” said Bob Weber, President and CEO of 6D Helmets.
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