We use equipment for testing, analyzing, and training sensory-motor skills. The aim of our program is to show individuals the drawbacks in how they process visual information and then train these skills so they can improve their performance in certain situations. Disabilities in data processing mechanism cannot be compensated with physical strength. In other words, if our eyes do not function properly, hard training will not give you the desired results.
More about testing and training
The first step is a complete ophthalmic check-up (eye testing) to make sure your eyes are ok. Using the Senaptec Sensory Station, the complete eye test takes approximately 40 minutes for all 10 skills. After analyzing the results, we create an individual training plan in line with your results and needs. The training consists of 30 minutes training sessions in our MT Center once a week, while you can do the rest of the exercises at home or implement them in your everyday training. The recommended time of training before a next eye test is 3 months.
Did you know?
Research conducted on Olympic athletes showed that 50% of them have never done a complete eye exam, and 30% of them had less than 100% of vision. The way we process and perceive the environment is a habit we gain through life. Our eyes simply receive too much information to process it all at the same time. In order to prevent that kind of overload, we have all gained a very important skill – we ignore what is not essential. For example, if you are walking down the street you are not aware of absolutely everything going on around you. Instead, you focus on things you find important and interesting in that moment. Besides improving top athletes’ visual skills, thanks to its revolutionary equipment Senaptec revealed that after various neurological and motor damage there is still undiscovered space in therapy. Brain and head injuries can significantly affect person’s visual and sensorimotor skills. By using Senaptec equipment, we can significantly affect the outcome of treatment and recovery of individuals. Besides injuries, there are different developmental disorders that can affect a person’s motor skills. So far, working on Senaptec equipment has shown that integration of such individuals into everyday life can be significantly eased.
Senaptec Sensory Station can help people with autism, attention deficit disorder (ADHD) as well as people suffering from anxiety.
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