Terms & Conditions – OWNS Pro

12 Month Lease to Buy December 2017 Promotion Valid 12/1/17 – 12/31/17, No Exceptions | For Professionals that currently own or rent the Interactive Metronome Pro and are adding another station.[...]

Terms & Conditions – DOES NOT Own Pro

12 Month Lease to Buy December 2017 Promotion Valid 12/1/17 – 12/31/17, No Exceptions | For Professionals that currently DO NOT own or rent the Interactive Metronome Pro Terms &[...]

IM Specific Research

The Science Three-Level Hypothesized Explanation of the IM effect (McGrew, 2012) Interactive Metronome® (IM) is believed to improve the resolution and efficiency of an individual’s internal brain clock(s) and temporal[...]

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West Coast United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Western Canadian Provinces, Central America & Asia If you are interested in receiving training on the Interactive Metronome® for yourself, your child, a family member or[...]

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Become a Provider Thank you for your interest in Interactive Metronome. If you are a healthcare provider or an educator interested in providing Interactive Metronome to your community, please call[...]

Can IM help with dementia and Alzheimer’s?

We often get questions on how to use IM with specific populations, how to work with the equipment and anything else that is causing our Providers headaches. Amy Vega, a fabulous SLP and our Clinical Education Director, is here to answer those questions in a weekly series. This time she tackles a big one for Providers, can IM training help dementia and Alzheimer's. Short answer, yes! But read more to find out how.

Video gaming adults helping their brains!

Do you think video games make you dumber? If you said yes, you must not play video games! In fact, a video game recently proved that you might be getting dumber if you aren't training your brain. Find out how some video games can actually help train your brain to stave off the cognitive decline and the conditions that come with age.

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Support Interactive Metronome® is dedicated to supporting our Providers every step of the way. We can assist you with course registration, product setup & troubleshooting, business development and IM training.[...]

NEW ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH!

A new study by researchers at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota shows that a history of concussions could be linked to Alzheimer's disease. Read more to find out about this exciting research.

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s has become a growing concern as human life expectancy continues to increase; every day thousands of individuals deal with the onset of the disease. Alzheimer’s will cause the brain to tangle itself up with fibrous proteins that choke off portions of brain matter. Over time, the neurons in our brain lose the ability to communicate with each other and will die as a result. Once the damage reaches the hippocampus, individuals will begin to lose memories and the ability to learn, thus impairing many activities of daily living (ADLs). Eventually, the loss of motor function, memory and decision making skills will rob a person of their ability to care for themselves. IM’s exercises use complex, precisely timed movements that are mixed with focused attention, cognitive processing and decision making to activate and synchronize the timing in the brain. Not only does IM therapy help prevent the progression of Alzheimer’s, but it can help to restore previously lost functions.

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