Neuro Sensorimotor Integrator (NSI)

The NSI is specifically designed for Functional Neurologists. Using a 50 inch HD TV and touch screen, the NSI is designed to offer a host of therapy procedures to a wide range of patients requiring visual or neuro therapy following: Decelerated closed head injury, Accelerated closed head injury, Strokes and CVA, Concussion and Diffuse Axonal Injury, Whip Lash Injuries, MVA, Neurological Disorders, Vestibular and Balance Disorders and Upper Extremity or Spinal Cord Injury.

The programmable instrument offers procedures to improve; Pursuits, Saccades, Eye-Hand Coordination, Visual Reaction Time, Speed and Span of Recognition, Visual-Vestibular Integration, Ocularmotor Skills, Visual Motor Skills and Neuro-Cognitive Skills.

12 Categories offering
40 Procedures including:

• Eye Hand
• Saccades
• Custom Tracking
• Auditory Visual Timing
• Tachistoscope
• OptoKinetics
• Visual Motor
• Vestibular Balance

5 NEW EXPANSION MODULES
- Vestibular Balance
- Rotator
- Memory Saccades
- Go no go
- Charts


12 Therapy Categories
Each category offers several
customizable procedures.


Selectable Parameters
Allows modification of all procedure’s variables. Stimuli may be quadrant loaded for TBI and Stroke patients.


Eye-Hand
Visual Abilities Remediated/Enhanced in the Eye-Hand Program


Numbers/Letters/Word /Verbal Saccades
Builds skill in saccadic accuracy and
develops automaticity.


Customizable Tracking Procedure
The Customizable Tracking Procedure allows the creation of custom Pursuits, Saccades and Saccadic Gap Pursuits procedures.

Visual Motor
Visual Abilities Remediated/Enhanced

 

 


Programmable Metronome
Visual Abilities Remediated/Enhanced in the Metronome Program


Tachistoscope
Visual Abilities Remediated/Enhanced in the Tachistoscope Program


OptoKinetics


Storage and Graphing of Results Data
The results of each patient’s therapy sessions are stored for review. The data may be displayed both numerically and graphically.

Balance Board

The NSI incorporates a Wii Balance Board allowing a Vestibular component to be added to all therapy procedures.

The adjustable stand accommodates patients of different heights and also allows wheelchair access for disabled/non-ambulatory patients.