NEURO SENSORIMOTOR INTEGRATION
UNDERSTANDING & IMPROVING FUNCTION OF THE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
It is essential to understand that automatic motor reflex programs exist in each of our bodies, regardless of a label or diagnosis or the challenges faced. For each motor reflex program to emerge, mature, and integrate, however, each one of its underlying neuro sensorimotor mechanism components – nervous, sensory, and motor systems - must be functioning appropriately and cooperatively.
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. The programmable instrument provides strategies to improve:
- Eye-Hand Coordination
- Visual Reaction Timing
- Speed and Span of Recognition
- Visual-Vestibular Integration
- Oculomotor Skills
- Visual Motor Skills
- Neuro-Cognitive Skills,
- Visual and Auditory Memory
- Sensory and Motor Challenges
- Learning and Attention
The approach seeks to encourage the nervous system to process and integrate sensory input in organized and meaningful ways, ultimately enhancing the nervous system's ability to function more adequately. Each adaptive response, as it provides feedback into the nervous system, encourages maturation and organization of the nervous system at increasingly higher levels. Ultimately, the individual can interact with their environment more prosperously and adaptively.