March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain injuries are very different than any other injury because our brain stores all of our memories, controls our movements, and shapes our personality; the brain is truly the essence of who we are. Brain injuries often lead to multiple complications, such as seizures, coma, fluid and pressure in the skull, infections, nerve damage, blood vessel damage, and cognitive deficits that can result in behavioral and emotional changes. Individuals often find that they have trouble with memory, problem-solving/decision-making skills, attention, language/speaking, writing, impulse control, anxiety, depression, balance, and hand-eye coordination. Learn how Interactive Metronome®can help brain injury sufferers by working to physiologically change the functional brain networks that control rhythm and timing.

From Deficiencies to An Efficient Student

Tyler, a 13 year old middle school student was diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia, seizure disorder and more post head injury. He has a difficult time with reading fluency & comprehension[...]

The Problem

The Problem Consider the following: A 2011 study conducted by the NCoE estimated 19,000 incidents of mTBI in OIF/OEF soldiers in 2010. Given the cyclic nature of our wars, DOD[...]


Over 20 Department of Defense and Veterans Administration hospitals and clinics, including the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, use IM as a therapy protocol to treat mTBI and other traumatic[...]


Research In 2011, researchers at the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Clinic (DVBIC) at Fort Carson, CO, began a research study on the effects of Interactive Metronome for treating mTBI. The[...]


Resources provides military-specific information and resources on traumatic brain injury to veterans, service members in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, Reserve, and their families. Through[...]

How It Works

Did you know that your brain has an “internal clock” that keeps time? And that it does so at various intervals: microseconds, milliseconds, seconds, minutes, and hours?  Timing in the[...]

History of Interactive Metronome

History of Interactive Metronome Interactive Metronome was developed in the early 1990s and immediately proved of great benefit to children diagnosed with learning and developmental disorders. Over the years, clinical[...]


Leadership   Matt Wukasch, Director Matthew Wukasch is CEO of Interactive Metronome and Co-Founder of BrainBeat. Matthew has shaped and led the Interactive Metronome’s growth for the last 10 years.[...]

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