Train Your Brain with the Senaptec Sensory Station
in Abilene, TX

Keep your eyes in tip-top shape and boost your athletic and professional performance with the use of our state-of-the-art Senaptec Sensory Station. Call us at (325) 603-2020 to schedule a sensory assessment.

Used by elite athletes, law enforcement, and military personnel, the Senaptec Sensory Station features Nike-based technology to help patients have better control over their senses. Elite Eyecare of Abilene provides patients with access to the Senaptec Sensory Station to promote brain health while maximizing performance, vision, and mobility.

How the Senaptec Sensory Station Works

Senaptec, the company behind the Senaptec Sensory Station, notes that 80% of the brain is dedicated to sensory processing, and the link between the eyes and the brain is critical for so many of our daily functions. Though we have five senses, two-thirds of sensory processing is related to vision. It used to be challenging for eye doctors to address the sensory processing element of vision health – until the Senaptec Sensory Station.

With this technology, we perform a series of tests that results in a graphical representation of strengths and weaknesses. Once we have this baseline data, we have a multitude of tools that can help you improve your baseline. As you go through the training, we will measure your progress and provide a sensory performance report so that you can track your improvements.

Benefits of the Senaptec Sensory Station

Training helps to strengthen the connection between the eyes, brain, and body. Patients who have used the Senaptec Sensory Station at Elite Eyecare of Abilene report the following benefits:

  • Quicker reaction time
  • Improve hand-eye coordination
  • Improve depth perception
  • Boost peripheral vision
  • Optimize visual processing
  • Clearer vision
  • More precise motion response

The Senaptec Sensory Station isn’t just for athletes and people in high-pressure jobs that require sensory acuity. This technology is also being used to help stroke survivors, children and adults with autism, and patients with Parkinson’s Disease.

Optimize Human Performance

Currently, there are 15 different fundamental skills that we can use to improve your eyes’ performance, and more exercises are in development.

There are also sensory workouts that can be prescribed to do in the home, so you can keep improving even when you’re not in our office. You’ll be provided with a training plan, and we’ll keep you updated on your progress with cloud-based data and analytics in a secure environment.

Popular training modules include:

  • Eye-hand coordination: Complete fun exercises that involve finding targets quickly and accurately.
  • Spatial memory:You’ll be challenged to remember (and touch) a set of disappearing targets.
  • Depth perception: Determine how far away something is from a stationary standing position.
  • Dynamic vision: Improve peripheral vision by following a target on an ever-expanding screen.
  • Split attention: Test your ability to respond to targets on different screens.