NHL Hockey Player
Alyn was knocked unconscious for 90 seconds during an NHL hockey game in 1999 while playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs. This was his third concussion over a 4 year period. When he began to skate again 7 months later, he realized this concussion was more severe than the others. This time, his balance was lost combined with a prolonged dizziness; also his hand eye coordination was limited. These problems produced an increased level of anxiety regarding his professional future. The Leafs then referred him to the NeuroKinetics Clinic.
After completing his personalized NeuroKinetics Post-Concussion Recovery Program, Alyn regained his “edge” and scored 20 goals, blowing away his previous goal scoring high in any one NHL season by 14 goals.