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About Us

About Our Technology

The FDA-cleared oculomotor and oculo-vestibular assessments that provide clinicians with actionable, objective data and backed by 15 years of clinical research. We record and analyze eye-tracking impairment associated with a mild TBI.

Our technology is designed to measure how well a brain orients to a predictable dynamic visual stimulus. Tracking eye positions as one follows a target moving predictably in a circle measures spatial and temporal orientation or synchronization of the eye with the target. What we see in concussion patients who have impaired dynamic orientation is that the eyes repeatedly jump ahead to where the target will be. These forward jumps are a sign of dis-inhibition, a well-known consequence of traumatic brain injury.

The dis-inhibition in controlling predictable eye tracking is likely a consequence of damage to cerebellar-frontal fibers projections to the prefrontal cortex from shearing forces as the brain undergoes rapid rotational acceleration/deceleration.

Falls, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Sport Injuries are the Leading Causes of TBI.

We specialize in testing patients who suffer from auto and injuries. Our main focus is to help attorneys and medical providers better understand if their patient or client suffered from a concussion due to underlying symptoms related to a mild-TBI.

We have board certified doctors who specialize in this field and assist in providing objective data for patients who are presented with concussive symptoms.

We are focused on both diagnostic testing and therapy. The testing center will satisfy the number one question, “Did my patient suffer from a concussion?”.


Advantages of Brain Injury Diagnostic Centers


We utilize the latest testing technology to objectively diagnose a concussion.


As a 3rd party diagnostic center, we offer testing and therapy that is non-biased. Our center provides an objective test exam that will validate concussive symptoms.


All reports are signed by a board-certified doctor.

Frequently Asked Questions

The battery of assessments cannot be performed in patients who experience complete vision loss without glasses or hard contacts, since we require removal of these lenses during testing.

We recommend anytime 72 hours after injury.

Full process takes no longer than 30 minutes.

We typically have results within 48-72 hours of test. However, we can get them as early as 24 hours upon request.

The inability to synchronize visual information with motor and cognitive functions.

Impairments to the vestibular system – the balance center of the brain – affecting the ability to coordinate head and eye movements.

Decreased working memory, recall, and reaction time. Becoming distracted or fatigued following prolonged periods of concentration.

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