IM is Research-Backed Therapists, Educators, and Healthcare Providers,

Bricole Reincke
2 min readMay 3, 2023

As a medical professional

IM is Research-Backed Therapists, Educators, and Healthcare Providers,
As a medical professional, you know that every patient is unique, with individual needs and goals. That’s why we are excited to introduce you to Interactive Metronome (IM) — a cutting-edge training tool that can
help improve cognitive processing speed, attention, focus, motor function, balance, and gait in patients with neurological and developmental conditions.

IM uses rhythmic sound and movement to help improve sensory, cognitive, and motor processing abilities. By enhancing these fundamental skills, IM can help patients achieve their therapy goals, whether
it’s improving academic performance, achieving greater independence, or reducing fall risk. Our program is user-friendly and can easily be integrated into existing therapy practices, making it a valuable addition
to any medical practice.

We have a wealth of research to back up the effectiveness of IM, with numerous studies showing improvements in various areas for individuals with High-Functioning Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome,
Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Parkinson’s Disease. Our program is proven to be effective for patients of all ages, from children to seniors.
As a medical professional, we know that you value evidence-based therapies that can improve patient
outcomes.

That’s why we offer demonstrations and trial periods, so that you can see the benefits of IM firsthand and feel more confident in incorporating the tool into your medical practice.

We invite you to join the hundreds of doctors who have already incorporated IM into their practices and seen the positive impact it can have on their patients lives.

Contact us today to learn more about how IM
can benefit your patients and your practice.

https://www.interactivemetronome.com/im-for-slps

Interactive Metronome Team
The marketing material emphasizes the benefits of IM for patients with neurological and developmental conditions, including its ability to improve fundamental skills such as cognitive processing speed, attention, focus, motor function, balance, and gait. The material also highlights the research-backed effectiveness of IM, as well as its user-friendly nature and ability to be integrated into existing therapy practices.

The offer of demonstrations and trial periods helps to give doctors a chance to see the benefits of IM firsthand and make informed decisions about incorporating it into their medical practices.

Bricole Reincke

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Bricole Reincke

Based in Miami, Bricole Reincke is Vice President at Interactive Metronome. Learn more about Bricole on her website at http://bricolereincke.org/.