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Interactive Metronome Featured on The Brainvolts Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory Website

Dr. Nina Kraus leads a diverse team of researchers and clinicians at The Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory (Brainvolts) as they investigate the way brains process sounds, finding that auditory ability is a strong indicator of brain health.

Brainvolts has discovered how to measure the biology of auditory processing with unprecedented precision. Together they extend science beyond the laboratory to schools, community centers, and clinics.

Using the principles of neuroscience to improve human communication, the Brainvolts team advocates for best practices in education, health, and social policy.

The Interactive Metronome 360: An in-clinic and at-home delivery model

We are excited to provide you with a deeper look into the IM360 delivery model and how IM and IM-Home can play a vital role in your practice presented by Dr. Douglas Stephey. Dr. Stephey is an Optometrist (who also holds a master’s degree in Education) boasts 20-years as being an IM Provider!  Learn how he has leveraged IM-Home to broaden his reach in his clinical practice.

Finally! Data with Suggested Minimum for Dosage IM (It’s not as much as you think!)

We often get asked how long does it take to start seeing results with Interactive Metronome? The short answer is—it depends. It depends on age, diagnosis, deficits being treated and many other factors, bottom line, gains with IM vary from person to person. What we can tell you is where to start with training your clients by providing you a suggested minimum dosage for IM.

IM and Other Treatment Modalities

We sometimes get asked about how IM works with other treatment modalities - and while each situation is unique, our Clinical Education Director, Amy Vega sheds some light on IM and the DORE Program.

Who Needs A Watch?

Two clocks!? Holy cow, I'm already late according to the one on the wall. New research suggests that the brain actually has two clocks working simultaneously, and possibly competing with each other. Find out why timing is even more important now than ever.

Featured in the News: New approach to ADHD has promising results


A new system for treating ADHD symptoms and other types of learning challenges isn't only drug free-- but brings new meaning to the term 'timing is everything.'

It's not the latest video game to hit big. This is 25 year old Malachi Wristen participating in a classic session with the Interactive Metronome treatment.

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