SyncThink’s revolutionary technology gives clinicians objective metrics for real time decision making
Watch how SyncThink® is transforming the way medical professionals assess for impairment and monitor ongoing brain performance.
By combining assessments, clinicians can collect objective data to make better-informed decisions about the nature of impairment and the corresponding treatment needed to optimize recovery.
The first FDA-approved eye tracking assessment to record and analyze visual impairment, EYE-SYNC® is supported by 15 years of clinical research.
SyncThink’s Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex (VOR) assessment provides clinicians with an objective assessment of orientation quality while the patient is in motion.
Formed from the 2017 Berlin consensus guidelines, the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool Version 5 (SCAT5) is a commonly used clinical assessment to assist clinicians in the evaluation of brain health.
The Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) is an easy to use clinical evaluation method for assessing balance related impairments.
“This technology continues to impact how I evaluate and manage athletes and service members. Results of eye tracking have helped facilitate the most appropriate avenue for directing rehab after an athlete has sustained an injury. When testing is normal, I feel more confident in gearing rehab toward other contributing systems like impairments coming from the vestibular system or the neck.”
“Over the last year, our use of the compact, portable, VR device has resulted in a paradigm shift in my care. Whether on the sidelines or in the clinic, the fact that we can now assess and serially track the best direction for treatment in an easy-to-perform 1-minute test, has been simply game changing.”