Blog: Why We Partnered with TeachAids

This week we proudly announced our latest partnership with the non-profit TeachAids, a world leader in the design, production and distribution of health education. TeachAids has a long and rich history of excellence in evidence-based design, which utilizes a proprietary methodology that has been shown to be more effective than traditional methods. Using this approach, […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC Sanitation During SARS CoV-2

In response to the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and the ongoing health crisis, we thought it would be a good time to review SyncThink’s extant bio risk mitigation and biosafety strategies, as well as new recommendations in light of recent developments.  As a medical device platform, biocompatibility and biosafety are of utmost significance to SyncThink. To […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC Webinar: Interpreting Smooth Pursuit Results

In our most recent webinar, we sat down with our CCO Scott Anderson, to review the Smooth Pursuit assessment. During this presentation, Scott explained what EYE-SYNC users should know, what to should look for, and how to get the most out of what the results are telling us. Many questions were asked during the Q&A, […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC and Kaizen Brain Center

Recently, we sat down with one of our dearest and longest tenured customers, Dr. Mohammed Ahmed of the Kaizen Brain Center in La Jolla, CA. Dr. Ahmed gave us insight into how his practice operates, how he manages a wide ranging patient population, and how EYE-SYNC has contributed to his clinical workflow and patient care. […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC Webinar: What is EYE-SYNC?

Recently, we hosted a webinar featuring Chief Clinical Officer, Scott Anderson, who joined us to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding EYE-SYNC. There are many questions we get asked about EYE-SYNC and we wanted to make sure we answered most of them. Again, we had questions during the Q&A, so we have provided a […]

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Blog: A Year in Review and a Glimpse Into the Future

The end of a calendar year allows us to reflect upon events, accomplishments and progress made over the last 365 days. It also allows us to look to the future, set goals and envision what the next 365 days will have in store. Often times we do this personally – although only 25% of New […]

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Blog: Understanding EYE-SYNC through Optocentricism

As humans thrown into the world, how do we interact with our surroundings? While we certainly may touch and taste things, these require the intimacy of contact. As we push further afield from the borders of our bodies, we may also access information through smell, though that too requires proximity for molecules to find their […]

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Blog: EYE-SYNC Webinar: Concussion Subtypes Q&A

Recently, we hosted a webinar featuring Concussion Guidelines author and SyncThink founder, Dr. Jam Ghajar. Dr. Ghajar discussed the recent Concussion Guidelines: Evidence for Subtype Classification publication and provided a detailed review of the subtypes; ocular-motor, vestibular, headache/migraine, cognitive, anxiety/mood and the associated conditions of sleep disturbance and cervical strain.  Many questions were asked during […]

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Blog: Measuring Subtypes of Concussion with EYE-SYNC

Over the past two years, many of the world’s foremost researchers and leading clinical experts from across the United States have collaborated to develop more useful ways to classify the most common clinical trajectories seen in concussion. Authored by top neurosurgery, neuropsychology, emergency medicine, family medicine, and sports medicine experts, this week’s publication represents the first […]

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Blog: EyeSports: Using Eye Tracking Metrics in Competitive Gaming

eSports as a domain of competition is heating up and growing fast in terms of dollars invested, fans courted, and teams established. And as the core of eSports continues to expand, so too do the peripheral verticals around it. One of the most interesting of these secondary areas is the world of eSport player health; […]

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Blog: Using Eye Tracking to Identify High Performance Potential in Athletes

In our discussions with many sports organizations over the past year, we’ve fielded many interesting questions from team health and performance personnel representing professional and collegiate sport. Rightfully so, as many have differing agendas and want to fully explore and vet all of our relevant details from ease of use and feasibility of testing to […]

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Blog: No Brainer: Youth Sports Participation Rates

According to a recent report by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) and the Aspen Institute, youth participation in most team sports was up slightly in 2017, but was down 4% over the past four years. A decade ago, 45% of children ages 6 to 12 played a team sport regularly, but now only […]

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Upcoming Event:

7th Annual Concussion Across the Spectrum of Injury: Latest in Diagnosis and Management -February 20-21, 2020

Specialists in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, neurology, emergency medicine, orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation medicine, sports medicine, as well as nurses and other health care providers involved in the diagnosis and/or management of concussions such as physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, psychologists and athletic trainers.

Upcoming Event:

AMSSM 29th Annual Meeting – April 24-29, 2020

The AMSSM Annual Meeting is the premier educational meeting for sports medicine physicians and healthcare providers, and it highlights the latest research and medical practices to enhance the care of sports medicine patients.

Upcoming Event:

International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience – May 22-24, 2020

The International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience (ISCN) is an annual conference gathering the leading physicians and researchers in the field, to share their work and understandings of pivotal concepts in clinical neuroscience, which will allow us to further assist our patient populations.