Interactive metronome is a therapeutic modality that incorporates rhythm, timing, cognitive function, spinal stability, balance, and movement. In this therapy, the patient claps, walks, or taps their feet to a beat while getting audio and visual feedback on their timing in milliseconds. A score within 15 milliseconds is considered on beat. This has been found to be beneficial to many patients of many different ages and backgrounds. At our office, it is used in the rehabilitation of patients who have suffered brain injuries (concussion, mTBI). The goals of this therapy are to improve range of motion, endurance, motor timing, concentration, spinal stability, balance, and coordination. We track patients' progress with built-in reporting software; scores are compared to a database of average scores.