Sowers Being Sowers, Again: The Waterdogs' Star Is Focused on Attacking 2022

Jun 3, 2022

“You look at the people behind Q-Collar, and there are people that are a lot smarter than me. Some of the best sports doctors in the world … supporting the science behind the product. And so on top of you know, actually taking hits on the field, and not getting up and feeling dizzy feeling some of the effects that I will usually feel, you also have some of the brightest minds in sports backing the product,” Sowers says.

Q-Collar from Q30 Innovations Named Finalist in Consumer Products Category for Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Award

May 4, 2022

Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards were announced today, and the Q-Collar from Q30 has been named among a select list of finalists in the Consumer Products category. The awards are focused on honoring ideas that are determined to have a positive potential impact on everything from social policy to human health.

Ex-NFL Star Vernon Davis Advocates for Athletes to Use Q-Collar: “It’s a Way to Keep Everyone Safe”

Apr 2, 2022

“There’s a lot of studying being done, and that’s why I fell in love with the Q-Collar and the company, because of the research and development they put in to really discover these things and to make a difference in this world. And I honestly feel like it protected me during my time with Washington. Had I found out about this earlier, I would have used it then. It’s not about the concussions, it’s about the repetitive hits.”

’Is it Worth It?’ After Multiple Concussions, Texas Guard Audrey Warren Turns to Q-Collar

Mar 25, 2022

After suffering from numerous brain injuries earlier in her career, basketball player Audrey Warren adopted the Q-Collar to help keep her on the court.

Premier Lacrosse League powered by Ticketmaster teams up with Q30 Innovations to help better protect lacrosse athletes

Mar 21, 2022

The PLL announced today that the league will partner with Q30 Innovations to raise awareness and promote adoption of the Q-Collar, an FDA-authorized device that provides athletes with an added layer of brain protection. As part of the partnership, Q30 will equip athletes across all eight PLL teams with the Q-Collar.

Carolina Panthers Great Luke Kuechly Promotes Q-Collar he Believes Extended His Career

Mar 13, 2022

“Kuechly dealt with concussions and retired two years ago, but he is confident the Q-Collar helped him stay on the field.”

The Q-Collar is Making a Difference on the Hardwood

Feb 2, 2022

The Q-Collar is making a difference on the basketball court. Check out the great feature below on University of Texas Women’s Basketball star Audrey Warren, who is wearing the Q-Collar this season.


What is "Sled Head"?

Jan 21, 2022

Alysia Rissling sat down with City News Toronto to share the inherent dangers in sledding, specifically the effect on the brain known as 'sled head'

Q-Collar Gives Bills Linebacker Klein Sense of Protection

Oct 8, 2021

“I looked at all the research and I decided to wear it,” Klein said. “If anything, it’s going to make me feel more secure, more protected. It’s actually weird now. If I don’t have it on when I’m on the field, I feel kind of naked. So it’s one of those things that I have adapted to that I feel like I have to wear one.”

This FDA Approved Collar is Designed to Prevent Brain Injuries in Athletes

Sept 15, 2021

“As Talavage sees the Q-Collar today, it’s still not a panacea to prevent concussive injuries, but it can make a difference in the safety of a sport. “The collar here is providing, in my opinion, the first protective equipment item that actually does something,” he says. Coupled with training—for instance, teaching young soccer players how to properly strike the ball with their head—he does see the Q-Collar as a tool that can measurably drive the safety of some higher-impact sports to the less-risky levels of baseball or basketball.”

FDA Approves New Device to Help Protect Athletes From Traumatic Brain Injury

Feb 27, 2021

“A new device that could help reduce the risk of traumatic brain injury during head impacts was given the green light by the Food and Drug Administration on Friday. The device is authorized for athletes 13 and older, and can be used during football, soccer and other high-impact sports. “

FDA Authorizes Marketing of Novel Device to Help Protect Athletes’ Brains During Head Impacts

Feb 26, 2021

“Today’s action provides an additional piece of protective equipment athletes can wear when playing sports to help protect their brains from the effects of repetitive head impacts while still wearing the personal protective equipment associated with the sport,” said Christopher M. Loftus, M.D., acting director of the Office of Neurological and Physical Medicine Devices in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.”