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Neuro-Performance Examination & Treatment

A comprehensive neuro-biomechanical performance examination that evaluates the integrity and function of your visual, vestibular (balance), proprioception (body position awareness), somatosensory, and cognitive (brain processing) systems, and how they contribute to your athletic and mental performance. 

Our Approach:

We offer practical, target-driven Therapies and assign you reinforcements to enhance your strengths while addressing your areas for improvement.

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Neuro-Performance Examination Details

Autonomic Nervous System Performance

An image of a close-up view of an eye with a dilating pupil, demonstrating autonomic nervous system function and integrity. The pupil reacts to changes in light, expanding to allow more light in dim conditions and contracting in bright light. This reflexive response reflects the healthy functioning of the autonomic nervous system, which regulates involuntary bodily processes.

The balance between sympathetic (fight/flight) and parasympathetic (rest/digest) divisions. The pupillary light reflex and autonomic innervation have a long-standing history for medical personnel to gauge brain injury and impairment rapidly. We all know this even if we don’t recognize it. When a fictitious person is rushed into the ER in a TV show, they check the pupils. When someone is pulled over for impaired driving and given a field sobriety test, they check the pupils. 


The reflex neurological pupillometer is a clinically validated tool that is easy, objective, and repeatable that serves as:

  • An objective biomarker for autonomic responses

  • Clinical measurements for proper dosage of therapies

  • An indicator of neuro-integrity

  • An indicator of how you respond to therapies

Brain Function Performance

A brain image illustrating the health and performance of different regions and networks. The image showcases distinct areas of the brain with varying levels of activity and connectivity, highlighting the dynamic nature of neural processes. This visualization provides insights into brain function and network interactions, contributing to our understanding of cognitive and neurological performance.

This neurological examination provides objective measurements of your current levels of brain function by region and by networks.

  • Frontal Cortex​​

  • Parietal Lobe​​​

  • Temporal Lobe​

  • Occipital Lobe

  • Cerebellum

  • Basal Ganglia​

  • Cranial Nerves

  • Brainstem Regions

  • Autonomic Nervous System

    • S​ympathetic and Parasympathetic 

Balance Performance

A picture illustrating good balance and vestibular function. In the image, an individual stands upright with a steady posture, demonstrating a strong and stable base of support. The person's body is aligned, and there is no visible sway or unsteadiness. This image depicts a person with excellent balance and well-functioning vestibular (inner ear) system.

A comprehensive examination of how your vision, proprioception, and vestibular systems contribute to your balance.

  • Normative Balance Screening

  • Vestibular Disorder Evaluation

  • Biofeedback-based Balance Training

  • Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

  • Asymmetric Weight Distribution

  • Neuropathy Balance Disruption

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Neuromuscular Re-education

  • Orthopedic Evaluation

  • Fall Risk Assessment

Sensory Systems Performance

An image of a Senaptec sensory evaluation report, providing insights into nervous system performance. The report displays various sensory and perceptual assessments, including visual, auditory, and tactile measurements, to evaluate sensory processing and neurological functioning. It serves as a valuable tool for assessing and optimizing sensory and nervous system performance.

Sensory motor integration refers to the link between the nerves (sensory system), your brain (integration), and the muscles (motor skills) and to the process of receiving information through our senses, interpreting it, and responding to it - WE CAN MEASURE THIS.

  •  Visual Clarity

  •  Contrast Sensitivity

  •  Depth Perception

  •  Near-Far Quickness

  •  Perception Span

  •  Multiple Object Tracking

  •  Reaction Time

  •  Target Capture

  •  Eye-Hand Coordination

  •  Go/No Go Training

  •  Processing Speed

  •  Dynamic Visual Focus

  •  Smooth Visual Pursuit

  •  Simple Reaction Time

  •  Choice Reaction Time

  •  Binocular Vision

  •  Visual Concentration

FDA-Cleared Vision Performance Testing

A GIF image displaying an eye-tracking test comparing non-impaired and impaired performance. In the non-impaired segment, the eye movements are smooth, precise, and follow a specific pattern. In the impaired segment, the eye movements appear irregular, erratic, and less focused, indicating challenges or deficits in tracking and visual coordination. This visual comparison highlights differences in eye movement patterns.

Dynamic Vision, Sports Vision, & Reading Assessments


Signs that you may have a functional vision problem include:

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Rereading or skipping lines of print

  • Short attention span

  • Poor reading comprehension

  • Poor coordination or balance

  • Slow completion of work

  • Previous brain trauma (concussions, strokes)

  • Loss of interest in reading

  • Frequent headaches

  • Visual concentration

Select the link below to learn more!


Sports Vision EyeQ                             Reading EyeQ



Movement Performance

A picture showing a sport functional movement/biomechanical analysis session. In the image, a professional is assessing an athlete's movement patterns and posture. The athlete is performing a sports-specific movement, and various markers and sensors are attached to their body to track motion and biomechanical data. This analysis aids in optimizing the athlete's performance and reducing the risk of injuries.


By objectively assessing a foundational movement standard, we can establish protocols to safeguard against negative habits, rectify movement issues, and cultivate movement reliability. Consider the impact of neurological and orthopedic factors on movement and determine which system requires improvement.

  • Screen Movement Health

  • Assess Movement Competency

  • Measure Movement Capacity

  • Optimize Movement Complexity

 Aim to attain a level of health that allows you to move effectively, achieve a high level of movement proficiency for training, and establish a strong training foundation for skill development.


Avoid placing fitness on a foundation of dysfunction. 

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