Senaptec Visual Sensory Assessment
Infrared video goggles provide an accurate assessment of vertigo, dizziness, and feelings of imbalance.
The BTrackS™ Assess Balance System is a widely used clinical tool for a variety of balance assessment and rehab applications. The force plate technology is used to graph out balance and sway patterns to uncover if there are issues with your proprioception (joints and muscles), vestibular (inner ear), visual (eyes), and cervical spine (neck). These are all potential sources of dizziness and feelings of imbalance.
The Senaptec Sensory Station evaluation measures visual, cognitive, and visuomotor skills that are impacted by many brain health conditions. Brain diseases may present differently in every person. Senaptec’s assessments establish a broad and comprehensive overview of the brain’s ability to receive, interpret, and respond to the world around them. The ability to baseline visual skills before therapy begins can provide a critical benchmark to which brain healing over time can be compared. The sensory exercise modules on the Sensory Station address functions such as visual neglect, visual motor integration, visual field skills, oculomotor control, and the coordination of peripheral / central vision.
The tilt table is used to assess autonomic function by analyzing the heart rate and symptoms while working through different challenges of gravity, from lying on your back to standing. This can be helpful with detecting POTS and Dysautonomia. This can be the underlying cause of brain fog, lightheadedness, and fatigue due to the lack of vestibular integration. The tilt table can also be used for therapy to help re-train these pathways to interpret gravity properly.
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