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Dynavision has a long-standing reputation established in science! We strive to provide the scientific community with a unique device that aids their research endeavors and provide potentially useful data to healthcare providers, WITHOUT STRINGS ATTACHED!

Having earned recognition from scientists and physicians, many publications have come from our numerous collaborations.


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Clark, J.F., Ellis, J. K., Mangine, R., Divine, J, et al. Vision Training Methods for Sports Concussion Mitigation and Management. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 2015:99;1-11.


Clark, J.F., Mangine, R.E., Myer, G.D., et al. An Exploratory Study of the Potential Side Effects of Vision Training on Concussion Incidence in Football. Optometry and Visual Performance.  2015:3(2);116-125.


Clark, J.F., Ellis, J.K., Divine, J.G., et al. Analysis of central and peripheral vision reaction times in patients with postconcussion visual dysfunction. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. 2017. In press.


Clark, J.F., A., Hasselfeld, K.A., Divine, J.G., et al. Aggressive rehabilitation pathway targeting concussion symptoms: Illustration with a case study. Brain Disorders & Therapy. 2014:(3)4;1-7.


Clark, J.F., Ellis, J.K., Bench, J., et al. High performance vision training improves batting statistics for University of Cincinnati baseball players. PLoS ONE. 2012:7(1).


Bigsby, K., Susaret, A.W., Colosimo, A.J., et al. Effects of postural control manipulation on visuomotor training performance: comparative data in healthy athletes. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2014:9(4);436-446.


Wells, A.J., Hoffman, J.R., Stout, J.R., et al. Reliability of the Dynavision D2 for assessing reaction time performance. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 2014:13;145-150.


Cross A.K., Brockevelt B.L., Flett, J.M., et al. The effectiveness of Dynavision Training to improve visual motor skills of collegiate athletes: A pilot study. Gazzetta Medica Italiana. 2013:172(7-8);627-634.


Hunt, L.A., Arbesman, M. Evidence-based and occupational perspective of effective interventions for older clients that remediate or support improved driving performance. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2008:62;136-148.


Classes, S., Monahan, M., Auten, B., & Yarney, A. Evidence-Based Review of Interventions for Medically At-Risk Older Drivers. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2014:68(4);e107-8.


Klavora, P., Gaskovski, P., Young, M. Rehabilitation of visual skills using the Dynavision: a single case experimental design. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. 1995:62;37-43.


Bixenmann, Khoury, J., Clark, J.F., et al. Retinal and balance changes based on concussion history: A study of Division I football players. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 



Klavora, P., Gaskovski, P., Forsyth, R.D. Test-retest reliability of three Dynavision tasks. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 2000:80;607-610.


Nelson, L. Vision in Action: The Dynavision as a therapy tool. Advance for Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Medicine. 2010:21(8);34.

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