Milestone Wellness Assessment

The Milestone Wellness Assessment (MWA) is designed to assess the health needs of former players who have been removed from the NFL for 15 or more years. Eligible former players can take advantage of this comprehensive health assessment administered by a team of highly regarded medical partners.

The participating medical partners will provide an eligible former player with recommendations containing a plan of action that the former player can follow to ensure continuity of care within his home community. 

THE Trust’s MEDICAL partners WILL PROVIDE FORMER PLAYERS WITH THE FOLLOWING assessments:

Initial Screening

  • Identification of potential needs
  • Evaluation with appropriate medical personnel

Internal Medicine

  • Hypertension/High blood pressure
  • Prostate
  • Diabetes
  • Hearing/Vision
  • Cardiovascular profile/screen

Orthopedic

  • Lumbar/Cervical spine
  • Knee and hip

Sleep

  • Insomnia Severity Index
  • Sleep Study

Nutrition/Body Composition

  • Body composition assessment
  • Nutrition consultation

Neuropsychological/Behavioral Health

  • Neuropsychological test battery
  • Psychiatric interview
  • Psychological evaluation 

Neurology

  • Brain MRI
  • Cognitive test battery

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