The Tufts Medical Center tested Unequal HART technology. The study stated, “Chest protector designs incorporating these novel materials will likely be effective in the prevention of commotio cordis on the playing field.” The original research is found within a peer-reviewed, published study in Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, January 2017 – Volume 27 Issue 1… Continue reading Chest Wall Protector Effective in Preventing Sudden Cardiac Death
Isaiah has been playing basketball as long as he can remember but it was football where he sustained 2 concussions in 6th and 8th grade that caused him to quit football and really go after basketball. But he was not safe there either! He got kneed and sustained a 3rd concussion while scrambling for a… Continue reading Isaiah Adams
My teen daughter has been playing soccer since she was 4 years old, and she has loved every minute of it. All to often, you hear the statistics about concussions and what can be done should an athlete experiences one. It’s a scary reality, but protection is key. Soccer is one of those sports that… Continue reading My daughter’s head should be protected during a soccer game!
Thought leaders in cardiology are taking note of our Unequal HART breakthrough that protects athletes’ hearts. LEARN MORE
We have received a number of inquiries about how we came up with our company and brand name. In the beginning, the creator of our technology (now over 100 patents) had a moment in the early 2000’s where that word just came to him: Unequal. Like no other. Unique. One of a kind. When attached… Continue reading Why Unequal?
You probably know that only around 30% of concussions in soccer come from heading the ball and 70% or so are from accidental collisions with other heads, elbows, knees, the ground, goal posts and the like. But even if you just look at heading the ball, protection is paramount… especially among younger players. The following… Continue reading Protect Your Thinker
A new study adds to findings that female children and adolescents are more susceptible to head injuries Recovering from a concussion typically takes female athletes more than twice as long as males, according to a new study that tracked hundreds of teenagers active in sports. The finding adds to a growing body of evidence that… Continue reading Concussion Recovery Is Slower in Girls, Mounting Evidence Suggests