Interactive Metronome


The interactive metronome is a therapeutic assessment and training program that improves attention, concentration, motor planning and sequencing.  Improvements in those areas result in stronger motor control and coordination, enhanced balance and gait, and improved language and cognition. Interactive metronome provides a structured, goal-oriented program that challenges the patient to synchronize a range of whole body exercises to a precise computer-generated beat. The patient attempts to match the rhythmic beat with repetitive motor movements. Interactive metronome's game-like features engage the patient with auditory and visual guidance and provide real-time feedback while encouraging people to improve their scores.

Who Can Benefit?


Adults and children with motor sensory disorders, learning deficits, speech and language delays, and various cognitive and physical difficulties can benefit from Interactive Metronome.



  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Balance Disorders

  • Limb Amputation

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

  • Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

  • Functional Decline

  • Developmental Disorders

  • Low Endurance and Stamina



  • SPD/SI

  • ADHD

  • Dyslexia

  • Autism

  • CAPD

  • Stuttering

  • NVLD

  • CP

  • Asperger's Syndrome


What Are The Benefits?


Interactive metronome integrates sight, sound and physical movements to improve:


Working Memory

The ability to store information and ideas. Memory is essential for word recognition, comprehension of complex sentences and remembering instructions.



The ability to focus on information, tasks and ignore distractions.



The rate at which the patient is able to accurately perceive and manipulate information.



The placing of detailed information in its accustomed order, for example: days of the week, scheduling appointments or baking cookies.


Motor Coordination

The combination of purposeful body movements working together, as in getting dressed, exercising or writing.