The Neurolign Dx 100™ is an eye-tracking technology, that provides unique precision and sensitive measures supporting clinicians to monitor brain health over time. The Neurolign Dx 100™ is your partner in helping to diagnose, manage and treat neurological disorders at any age, for anyone.
The DX 100™ is a non-invasive platform that leverages infrared lights invisible to the patient, enabling embedded cameras to capture and show real-time irregularities in eye movement that may be linked to symptoms and neurological conditions. These irregularities are captured as images, analyzed leveraging our unique algorithms and consolidated into reports that may provide valuable insight into a patient’s neurological health, allowing clinicians to monitor changes over time.When clinicians have a clear understanding of their patients’ neurological health, diagnosis and treatment of disorders may have a higher success rate, which could allow patients to get back on the road to recovery faster.
The Brain Health Assessment provides real-time results, that can help inform areas that impact daily life activities, like reaction time, focus and even disrupted sleep.
Neurological disorders happen when there are structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities in the nervous system. The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and other nerves, and a disruption or abnormality in any of these can result in many different symptoms.
How? Neurological disorders may be caused by congenital abnormalities, genetic variants, infections, lifestyle or environmental health problems. A brain or spinal cord injury may also lead to a neurological disorder like concussion.
Who is at risk for neurological disorders? While factors like genetic variants cannot be prevented, lifestyle factors could put someone at an increased risk:
Sometimes patients are unaware that their symptoms could be linked to disorder or injury such as a concussion. Symptoms like dizziness, migraines, trouble focusing and even trouble sleeping. A brain health assessment may help these patients understand the root cause of their symptoms and assist their clinician in establishing a protocol that treats the underlying cause of symptoms, and not just the symptoms themselves.