Neurovisual Check-up

With over 10 years of clinical sports performance research, our team of medical specialists have developed medically designed protocols for our client specific neurostimulation training program.

Our 2 hour baseline evaluates and analyzes:

  • Binocular vision
  • Oculomotricity (eye-tracking)
  • Depth perception
  • Visual exploratory strategy
  • Trajectory perception
  • Glare and contrasts
  • Color perception

The Visual Exploratory Strategy

One of the keystones to our program is assessing an individual’s eye movement strategy. Our state of the art eye tracking is unmatched in it’s ability to asses eye tracking as it relates to that persons’ sport or activity. We can analize a person’s eye fixation, saccades (rapid, ballistic movements of the eyes that abruptly change the point of fixation) and smooth pursuit movements to follow a target. This gives us the information necessary to create a protocol specific to an individual’s sport, profession or educational need.

Examples of the exploratory visual strategy analysis of a basketball player (the red lines represent the “visual path” of exploring (scan path) and the fixing points are the places where the eyes fixate).

Performance Neurostimulation Protocols

Customized Training Protocols

Neurovision Consulting designs customized perceptual cognitive sport-specific protocols to enhance visual-perceptual potential for elite-level athletic performance in sports that require split-second timing. Neurovision consulting trains an athlete to absorb and process complex movements and distribute their attentional resources throughout their visual field.


Neurostimulation uses 3D multiple object tracking technology to stimulate targeted parts of the brain. Training is progressed by increasing the difficulty to help foster higher level critical brain functions for sports and human performance. Our patient specific training protocols last between 60 and 90 minutes for 1-2 sessions per week. With adaptive technology, the training programs automatically adjust to the individuals’ abilities to continue to demand the most of the eyes and the brain.


Tracking objects seen in 3D turns on parts of the brain that are not affected by 2D games or images.


Using VR 3D googles, we monitor 4 neurovisual levels of perception to asses an athlete’s or individual’s neurovisual perception.

Areas of analysis include:

Analysis of the dorsal stream (movements, visually guided gesture, fast information processing)

Analysis of the ventral stream (shape and object recognition, comparison)

1st order perception (basic): brightness & colors

2nd order perception (complex): contrast, texture, and depth


Our 3D motion capture technology gives us an in-depth analysis of postural responses to your visual flow of information from eyes to your brain. We can measure your balance control within millimeters of movement, giving our team data to determine your deficits and tailor the training protocol to your specific needs. The neurobalance system can test balance with greater levels of difficulty by changing the visual scene and multi-tasking with 3D multiple object tracking during balance activities.