Our partners at Pillars of Wellness (POW) have teamed up with VoxNeuro to step-change data-driven rehabilitation. As of March 2nd, POW has become the first VoxNeuro Certified Clinic to offer a first point of care for concussed patients to positively impact the trajectory of rehabilitation.
If you or a a close one have any concussion symptoms and you are considering the next steps, refer to Pillars of Wellness for a VoxNeuro Cognitive Health Assessment. The neuroimaging data from VoxNeuro’s breakthrough technique enables them to customize your treatment and track your recovery.
What is Cognitive Health Assessment™ ?
Cognitive Health Assessments™ and rehabilitation are offered all under one roof to help you streamline your recovery path. The breakthrough neuroimaging technique delivers quantitative insights on brain function to inform, accelerate, and track recovery with unprecedented precision.
VoxNeuro Cognitive Health Assessments™ combine industry-validated and innovative neuropsychological tests with simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG) recording.
Each test in the assessment can be thought of as a performance-test for the brain’s core functions. By measuring each of your core brain functions while you are actively engaging with the tests, we collect objective data to confirm which functions require rehabilitation, and which functions are performing at healthy levels. The data provided in the assessment’s report support informed clinical decision making and customized rehabilitation plans specific to your injury.
Benefits of VoxNeuro Cognitive Health Assessment™
- No baselines required
- Understand the health of your brain functions
- Expert data to create customized rehab plans
- Non-invasive, 60-minute assessment
- Obtain objective proof of injury
- Accelerate treatment
- Track recovery
- Improve your treatment experience and outcome
What Conditions can VoxNeuro Cognitive Health Assessment™ Help Assess?
- Executive Function
- Language Comprehension
- Working Memory
- Automatic Attention
- Reactive Attention
- Information Processing
- Auditory Processing
- Visual Processing