The Senaptec solution promotes healthy brains. About 80% of your brain is dedicated to processing sensory information. When your brain is injured or your senses misaligned, you suffer. Our tools help identify the areas that need help and give you the capability to implement transformative therapy. When you train your senses you promote a healthier brain. Practitioners use the Senaptec sensory solution today to address a multitude of conditions including: ACL injuries, strokes, traumatic brain injuries, autism, ankle injuries, multiple sclerosis, and ADHD. For consultation on therapy, we recommend you find a Senaptec practitioner on our client page.
The brain is a fascinating and complex organ. When a person’s senses are compromised it is often difficult to identify the specific areas of weakness contributing to the symptoms. The Senaptec sensory station assessment helps you quickly identify the weak visual and neuromotor skills meriting attention. The results are based on a normative database of individuals who have undergone the same assessment, giving you reliable results. This example sensory performance evaluation describes the importance of the skills the Senaptec solution can evaluate.
Following an assessment, the Senaptec solution will automatically generate a recommended therapy plan. Sensory therapy has been known for decades to help address a variety of brain and body movement issues. The Senaptec solution makes sensory therapy accessible to people of all types in a variety of settings. The therapy modules are designed to exercise the brain function to improve the skill of interest.
The Senaptec Strobe was designed to help enhance and build connections in the brain, specifically for the purpose of enhancing sensory skills. The flickering lenses take away varying amounts of visual information that a person typically uses to make decisions about when and where to react, forcing the individual to become more efficient with the information they are given. It is a powerful tool to help train visual processing, which effects so many aspects of the body, including balance, coordination, posture, timing, and spatial awareness.