There are several research studies underway observing the effect of cervical proprioception on motor control, particularly after neck and/or concussion injury. In the lab, researchers are utilizing the laser headlamp to study assessment and treatment tasks targeting joint position error of the cervical spine.
      Future studies will aim to advance our knowledge on oculomotor, vestibular, and kinesthetic integration systems in both healthy and concussed populations.
      Further studies will focus on the validity and reliability of the laser headlamp as it applies to research and clinical settings.