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Test Results Confirm Unequal® CRT™ Produces As Much As a 50% Reduction in Helmet Severity Index (SI)

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

  • James Harrison and Charlie Batch of the Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Dr. Julian Bailes, Medical Director for Pop Warner Football, NFL Concussion Committee and neurological consultant to NFL Players' Association (NFLPA), Chairman for the Department of Neurosurgery at NorthShore Neurological Institute
  • Dr. Joseph Maroon, Co-inventor of ImPACT, Vice Chairman of Neurological Surgery at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
  • Don DelNegro, Athletic Trainer for 2011 Stanley Cup Champions Boston Bruins
  • Jennifer Branin, activist mother of an Irvine, Ca. high school football player who suffered a concussion last year and now won't play without CRT (and neither will his teammates)


Since its introduction last year, CRT has been gaining awareness and adoption by professional and amateur football players. Recent tests confirm CRT's ability to help reduce the possibility of head injury. Two of the nation's leading Neurologists, NFL players James Harrison and Charlie Batch and CRT manufacturer Unequal Technologies will host a press conference to share testing data and discuss CRT's implications on the future of football. Q&A session to immediately follow with:


Tuesday, October 16

10 – 11:00 a.m.


Omni William Penn Hotel

530 William Penn Place – Three Rivers Conference Room

Pittsburgh, PA 15219



Leading neurologists Dr. Julian Bailes and Dr. Joseph Maroon discussing future clinical study of CRT and the state of head protection and head injuries in sports today; Drs. available for Q&A and personal interviews

Q&A session and interviews available with NFL players James Harrison and Charlie Batch

Jennifer Branin (mother) and Don DelNegro (trainer) to provide firsthand perspective on youth and professional head protection and CRT's effectiveness

Unequal Technologies CEO/Founder Rob Vito available for interview

Certified independent test results showing Concussion Reduction Technology (CRT) delivering as much as a 50% reduction in Severity Index (SI) readings


SOURCE Unequal Technologies