Alpinestars Mobile Medical Center

Serving the Professional Racing Community

Attention All Professional Participants

Concussion baseline testing is required for all riders prior to competition.  This test must be retaken every two years.  The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center would like to remind all riders, who took their iMPACT baseline test in 2012 and new riders, to act quickly.  You must take the iMPACT test prior to participating in the upcoming 2014 supercross and motocross season.

Paul R. Reiman, M.D. of Alexander Reiman Orthopaedics and Eddie Casillas of iCHOR Sports Medicine will provide the baseline testing free of charge.  Testing time slots are limited so it is important to make this a priority.  Riders, outside the Southern California area, have the option of online testing at a nominal fee.  Program instructions and requirements are available at the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center website,

Riders with additional questions should contact Concussion Program Coordinator Eddie Casillas at (951) 290-8810 email or Paul Reiman, M.D. Medical Director at (951) 461-8684.


Eddie Casillas, iCHOR Sports Medicine has established designated office hours for Concussion Management and Return to Ride protocol testing and questions.  Eddie will be available during these hours only.

NOTE: Riders are free to go outside of the iMPACT testing center, but the rider is required to provide our Concussion team with a copy of the test scores to keep in their medical records.


Eddie Casillas AT, CSCS
iCHOR Sports Medicine
Director Sports Medicine / Owner
38397 Innovation CT.  Suite 106
Murrieta, CA  92057

Office: 951-290-8007

Fax:     951-575-3626


9 am -10 am


6 pm -7 pm


9 am -10 am & 4 pm -5 pm


6 pm -7 pm


iCHOR’s Athletic Training Facility opens its doors to injured riders.

Temecula, CA
January 4, 2013
iCHOR Sports Medicine, in Temecula is extending the efforts of the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center and offering credentialed riders who log a hard fall or are referred by the AMMC staff, limited use of their training room.   2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series athletes will be allowed up to six visits at no charge, by appointment only.

Each week, Eddie Casillas, head Athletic Trainer for the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center receives calls asking for advice on injury management and how to face the issues unique to a professional racing schedule.  This exclusive iCHOR offer will follow the rider from event injury, answer questions, and offer them the best opportunity to maintain their level of fitness and health while undergoing therapy for their injury.

“I am glad we have been able to make this program available for Supercross 2013.  It will fill the void that exists within our community.  Action sports do not have a single specially designed training facility; iCHOR Sports Medicine will offer this choice to the serious athlete.”  Eddie is working to extend the program to Outdoor Motocross so keep watching for updates at iCHOR and Asterisk’s Medic Rig websites.

Rider’s may contact Eddie Casillas, iCHOR Sports Medicine directly to learn more about the program.