UK's New Sports Medicine Research Institute

Dynavision is proud to be a part of the new University of Kentucky’s Sports Medicine Research Institute (SMRI) supported in part by a $4.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.

SMRI opened June 14 and is a state-of-the-art multidisciplinary research center focused on four domains of prevention, performance, treatment, and rehabilitation. Their research will focus on athletes, military personnel, and physically active individuals across age and physical activity spectrums. SMRI explores strategies to minimize injury risk, optimize physical performance, and improve treatment and rehabilitation techniques.

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The Dynavision D2™ for High Performance

The Dynavision D2™ is utilized by a multidisciplinary team of high performance professionals to improve visual, cognitive, and motor function of athletes. The mindset development lab at Sports Academy in Conejo Valley, CA uses the D2™ to help increase decision making speed. 

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Regional Training at UAB

FREE TRAINING AT UAB!

Want some hands-on demonstrations on the D2? Don't miss our next FREE regional seminar in Birmingham, Alabama on June 2nd. Reserve your spot now as spaces are limited!

Approved CEUs for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech-Language Pathologists.

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Spring 2017 Newsletter

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DEVELOPMENTS AND DIRECTION

We've had a busy first quarter at our training events, the International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience in Orlando in February, and at March's AOTA's Centenniel Celebration Conference in Philadelphia.

From Fitness Evolved in Berkeley, CA to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we've enjoyed meeting you and discussing the latest research while you've seen what you can do on the Dynavision D2™!

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The D2™ "Changing the Face of Concussion Diagnoses"

KDVR's Joana Canals joined Dr. Jeff McWhorter of NeuraPerformance Brain Center in a mobile testing unit to take a test and discuss how he uses the Dynavision D2™. 

 

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