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Candidates for Scleral Lenses

The American Optometric Association recognizes how indispensable scleral lenses are in correcting various ocular problems. These specialty lenses sit on our sclera and then go over your cornea. Scleral lenses have a chamber of saline and tears between the cornea and the lens. That is why it is useful for cases of corneal imperfections. If you want to find out what makes a good candidate for scleral lenses, here’s what you should know.

What Vision Issues Are Common in Kids and How We Can Help?

Your child’s vision is important for their development. When they suffer from vision problems, chances are they suffer academically and socially. It is essential to have their eyes checked as early as at the age of 2.

Benefits of Binocular Vision Training

Although many people have never heard the term before, binocular vision dysfunction, or BVD for short is a surprisingly common condition that occurs when the eyes are unable to align properly.

Performance Vision Training and E-Sports

For athletes to perform at their peak, they must have good visual skills. Good visual skills go beyond being able to see well. Performance Vision training helps athletes to broaden their vision so that they can be in a good position to win in their game.

NeuroTracker for Cognitive Training

Many people think that cognitive decline as we age is unavoidable, but this is not the case. Some older adults are able to retain excellent cognitive skills well into their senior years, often even matching or outperforming younger adults. Poor lifestyle and health issues are regularly associated with a decline in cognitive ability and making healthy choices – such as a balanced and nutritious diet, plenty of exercises, and avoiding smoking or excessive alcohol consumption could help to keep your brain sharp. However, there is also another solution that is proven to help – cognitive training.

Utilizing Binovi Touch for Performance Vision Training

Excellence in sports requires sharp vision and motor skills. But, sports research and training today focuses on biomechanics and nutrition but leaves out the visual aspect. It’s expected that after training the rest of the body, the eyes will naturally follow. That is not the case. Your eyes need training too. By enhancing your vision, you may improve your performance further.

The Benefits of Cognitive Training

Cognitive training also called brain training, is a program of regular activities that are carried out with the purpose of maintaining or even improving your cognitive abilities. Many people are surprised to learn that our brains can adapt and develop new abilities throughout our lifetime, meaning that it is never too late to improve our brain function. We offer cognitive training sessions using NeuroTrackerX – the world’s most scientifically-validated cognitive training system.

Value of Performance Vision Training for Non-Athletes

Performance vision training is a popular way to get an edge across professional sports competitions. Athletes are not the only ones who can enjoy its benefits. Whether you play sports or not, your eyesight and vision are equally important in your everyday activities. These include mobility, balance control, and other critical functional tasks.

What’s Involved in Performance Vision Training?

Performance vision training is tailored specifically to the individual needs of each patient. Your training program will work on improving the visual abilities that are most necessary for you to excel in your chosen sport. For example, a tennis player requires exceptional hand-eye coordination and dynamic visual acuity. Meanwhile, a skier requires excellent depth perception, peripheral vision, strong reaction times, and focus control. 

Benefits of Sports Vision for Athletes

Sports that require the athletes to follow, catch, aim, or even throw accurately demand that the athlete have more than the normal 20/20 vision. Sports vision for athletes is a scientific training that gives athletes visual skills to reach beyond normal vision. It gives them an advantage for them to thrive in their craft.

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