1. Interactive Makoto for Vision Therapy and Concussion Management

      Vision therapy is a term used to describe a variety of treatments based around eyes exercises. The treatments aim to treat convergence disorder – for which there is supporting evidence – and a range of neurological, educational and spatial difficulties – uses which are not supported by good evidence. The Makoto Training Arena is unique in vision therapy. Training with this fitness pro…Read More

  2. Using the tWall For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      The tWall can be a great addition for people who are in physical therapy. The tWall is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback via lights and touch sensors. People who are recovering from brain injuries and concussions especially benefit from tWall. This interactive touch wall can help improve hand-eye coordination and reaction time. Injuries to the brain can cause a decrea…Read More

  3. Iowa State Implements Dynavision for Optimal Athletic Performance

    Back at the end of the year Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa; was one of the new owners of the Dynavision D2 from Exergame Fitness. DynaVision, the light-training reaction device, developed to train sensory motor integration through the visual system. The increased ability to receive visual stimuli, mentally process this information, then react to it with a motor response, has vast implications…Read More