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Credentialed ImPACT Consultants

Credentialed ImPACT Consultant

Clinicians who have earned the title of Credentialed ImPACT Consultant (CIC) have undergone specialized ImPACT training to offer state-of-the-art concussion care management to their patients. CICs are part of ImPACT’s national network of hundreds of healthcare providers who are leaders in clinical concussion care within their communities. Each CIC is an expert in utilizing ImPACT products and the ImPACT Concussion Care Model to diagnose and manage concussion injuries. 

Neurocognitive Diagnostic & Treatment Center, LLC

Joel Becker, MD, CIC

55 Green Hollow Rd
Danielson, CT 06239
Phone: (860) 774-1350


55 Green Hollow Rd Danielson CT

Associated Clinics:

Neurocognitive Diagnostic & Treatment Center, LLC
217 Woodbury Rd Suite 18
Woodbury, NY 11797
Phone: (888) 290-7460

Neurocognitive Diagnostic and Treatment Center, LLC
115 East 57th ST 11th Floor
New York, NY 10022

About Neurocognitive Diagnostic & Treatment Clinic

The Neurocognitive Diagnostic and Treatment Clinic is a community based health care service located in a medical complex. It is directed by Dr. Joel Becker, a licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist. He is a member of The National Academy of Neuropsychologists, The International Neuropsychology Society and a Certified ImPACT consultant.

Athletes who have experienced a neurological event are evaluated, diagnosed and treated at this facility. Other patients with neurocognitive conditions are seen as well. ImPACT is employed in the process as well as other standardized assessments when indicated. Individuals are given detailed explanations and recommendations pertaining to their condition subsequent to their evaluation. Coordination of care is a strong commitment of the clinic. Physicians, certified athletic trainers, therapists and educators are frequently involved. The clinic utilizes state of the art neurocognitive rehabilitative methodology including researched methods and computer delivered programs. At the heart of the rehabilitation plan is a current evaluation administered by a clinical neuropsychologist well versed in ImPACT.
The clinic is handicapped accessible and is easily reached by Interstate 395.

Schools Using ImPACT

Presently, Dr. Becker is completing the preliminary analysis of an Institutional Review Board approved study at Bryant University on Sports Concussion in College Athletes. He has been utilized for comprehensive neurocognitive assessments and consulted by a wide number of schools seeking specialized services.

Community Work and Involvement

Over the past two years Dr. Becker has given a number of seminars on ImPACT and sports concussion injuries including: Seminar for the Northeast Little League Coaches Clinic on Sports Concussion in Youth on March 17, 2007, Sports Concussion in Youth and Adults; Public Educational Seminar at Day Kimball Hospital on February 28, 2007, Seminar to the Medical staff of Windham Hospital, Dept. of Pediatrics (Medical Staff CME Category I) on January 23, 2007, Presentation to Parents, Coaches and Health Care Professional presented at DKH, February 15, 2005. Dr. Becker has been quoted
in several newspaper articles and has been interviewed on radio.

ImPACT History:

Dr. Becker began utilizing ImPACT in 2003, after attending a conference at which Dr. Collins presented recent studies utilizing ImPACT. Since that time, Dr. Becker has presented to schools, has been involved in research and has conducted seminars on sports
concussion in CT and RI.

Selected Presentations

July 9-10th, 2007; The 4th Satellite Symposium on Neuropsychology Rehabilitation, San Sebastian, Spain; Faculty Presenter. This pilot study utilizes ImPACT in the research protocol administered, with consultation from Dr. Michael Collins, UPMC Sports Concussion Program.