Visual Neurocognitive Training
WHAT DOES A.M.P. EVALUATE & TRAIN?
CORE VISUAL SKILLS
RELEVANT FOR ALL SPORTS:
[The] A.M.P. Training System enables vision therapists to build training simulations in virtual reality and real-world environments tailored to a patient’s training needs.
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A.M.P allows users to evaluate and train eye-hand, eye-foot and eye-body coordination, tracking, dynamic acuity, visual memory, decision making and other important skills in the field by effectively recreating the competitive environment.
WHAT IS THE A.M.P. SYSTEM?
The A.M.P. System is the premier neuro-congnitive training system designed to enhance performance of the visual and cognitive system. A.M.P is a tool for training people to more efficiently use their visual system. Vision is the basis for how we move, think, and make decisions. At Complete Vision Care, we saw a need for a technology that allowed us to train our patients to use their eyes more efficiently, whether they wanted to achieve more in school, athletics or any area of life. That technology didn't exist, so we made it. In our clinic and at clinics around the world, the A.M.P. system is used to help people who are struggling to learn, who are rehabilitating from brain injury or stroke, or wanting to become the best athlete they can be. Vision is the basis of all human performance, and we built a tool to help make it better.
"A.M.P. allows us to test depth perception, memory, hand and foot quickness and so much more. Most systems for assessing hand and foot quickness involve the athlete standing 'flat footed. A.M.P. actually tracks the hand and feet inside virtual reality so that an athlete can be required to move in a realistic way and make a whole series of movements as quickly as possible - all while maintaining balance and coordination. This is a much more realistic way to measure TRUE foot quickness, for example. No other system does this." Mark Kahrhoff, OD