How SIRRI SenEx™ Sensory Training Works

SenEx is the most versatile multi-sensory training equipment ever developed, using innovative engineering strategies and integrating all leading research concepts in multi-sensory processing into a patent pending technology that will revolutionize the way we work with our clients.

SenEx is a leading edge technology product that offers precision, flexibility and safety features that are industry firsts. SenEx provides controlled application of light, sound, motion and tactile stimulation as a foundation for retraining the sensory systems to integrate and process multi-sensory input more effectively. SenEx provides unlimited combinations of stimulus for dynamic sensory retraining exercises.

Used as a stand alone device or combined with traditional rehabilitation strategies that work voluntary motor control systems, SenEx will help take your practice to the leading edge of neurological recovery principles.

SenEx provides interactive multi-sensory technology with flexible settings to help users maintain clinical variation in application and retraining protocols. Clients with a neurological injury or cognitive delay will not get the same settings that a sports performance protocol would provide. Application flexibility was the foundation for the design of SenEx.
Vestibular Control System
SenEx includes two independent motion platforms, each with independent control processes that can be combined to create motion profiles for many different vestibular stimulation combinations.

Visual Control System
SenEx includes many different visual targets for tracking. There is no single fixed point of attention. Visual sequences use full spectrum of visible light with custom colored filters that allow for entire representation of color visual spectrum. Visual sequence programs include gaze stabilization protocols, visual tracking protocols and vestibular ocular reflex protocols.

Auditory Control System
SenEx includes a proprietary sound program that provides high fidelity sound stimulation for auditory processing retraining.

Proprietary functionality for filtering, modulation and spatial awareness are included. Parameters are accessed through the touch screen interface.

Tactile Control system
SenEx can include a tactile stimulation device that provides independent control of upper, lower or left / right sides for controlled tactile input using five specially-designed stimulation devices embedded in the table.

Right Cerebellum & Left Cortex:SenEx Settings: supine, counter clockwise rotation, right side tactile stimulation, visual tracking to the right Left Cerebellum & Right Cortex:SenEx Settings: supine, clockwise rotation, left side tactile stimulation, visual tracking to the left Left Cortex: SenEx Settings: supine, no rotation, right side tactile stimulation, visual tracking to the right SenEx can allow independent control of sensory stimulation to provide hemisphere specific training, with safe, controlled sensory variables.