For many years, Atlantis has been a trusted partner by the region’s physicians in vestibular and balance rehabilitation. Our capabilities have expanded to offer a more comprehensive approach combining traditional physical and occupational therapy with the latest scientific evidence featuring dual-track training that employs both cognitive and physical activity at the same time.
Brain research continues to confirm the concept of neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to change, adapt and even rewire itself when challenged to do so. Science is also confirming that exercise which simultaneously engages the full body and multiple senses (eyes, ears, feet, hands, and vestibular system) requires more complex cognitive functions to make decisions and execute skills. Neuroplasticity kicks in naturally, the brain adapts, skills develop, and performance improves.
We are proud to be the first facility in the South Bay region and only among a handful in Southern California to offer a comprehensive approach to treatment using an online cognitive assessment program and dual-task training system. Our engaging and enjoyable online assessment program from Cambridge Brain Sciences can quickly obtain accurate, quantified, and scientifically validated measures of cognition and brain performance.
Once areas in need of cognitive improvement are identified, we can develop a customized rehab program for each patient to address their deficits employing the dual-track training program of the SMARTFit system that our patients actually look forward to doing.
The SMARTfit technology platform is focused on getting people to work out in a way that simulates how we evolved, with the added benefit of allowing for total customization of the cognitive and motor demands placed on the individual. This way, the evidence-based feedback can both track performance and guide the pace of the workouts to keep exercisers working out in the flow while avoiding becoming overwhelmed or bored with the program. The system also allows for the ability to see session-to-session progress which further motivates patients to complete their treatment.
Who Can Benefit From Neuro Rehab
- Seniors with Balance and Gait Issues
- Concussion Patients
- Stroke Patients
- Parkinson’s Disease Patients
- Patients with Movement Disorders
- Patients on the Autism Spectrum
- Anyone Looking to Improve Cognitive Abilities