Much of our work is founded in a concept called “Event, Activity, or Training-Induced Synaptic Plasticity.” This work was pioneered and explored by pivotal researchers Paul Bach-y-Rita, Michael Merzenich (who received the 2016 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience “for the discovery of mechanisms that allow experience and neural activity to remodel brain function”), and more recently, Dr. Jeffery Kleim. Dr. Kleim suggests that there are 10 principles of neural plasticity, which we have incorporated into our technique.
One of the best tools to test cognitive performance.
One of the most sensitive tools to measure balance and stability.
Tracking eye movements hundreds of times per second.
Analyzing eye movements using video technology equipped with infrared cameras mounted in a pair of goggles.
Helping the transition from built-in reflexes to purposeful and volitional motor movements.
Coordinating your neurological systems to work on a rhythm with synchronicity.
Training to integrate your brain with your body, gravity, and space whether you're standing, laying, leaning, or moving.
A completely painless laser applied externally to stimulate the brain.
A chamber designed to increase oxygen saturation in your brain.
Painless nerve stimulation to re-wire specific parts of your brain.