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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.


Importance of Pediatric Eye Exams

When was the last time your child attended an eye exam? Your child is just as reliant on their vision as you are, and it is your responsibility to ensure that your child attends regular pediatric eye exams so that a professional can closely monitor the health and condition of your child’s eyes. But why are pediatric eye exams so important? 


Diagnosing and Treating Glaucoma

Glaucoma can be caused by a range of different things, from taking certain medications or having particular medical conditions to underlying eye conditions like uveitis. When you are diagnosed with Glaucoma, your eye doctor may be able to identify what has caused your Glaucoma. 


Options for Myopia Management

Fortunately, there are things that can be done to slow down the progression of myopia to make your condition manageable and reduce the risks it poses to your future eye health and vision. One of these solutions is called orthokeratology.


How Sports Injuries Can Affect Your Vision

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, almost 40,000 people have eye injuries when they play sports or other recreational activities. Most of these injuries can be prevented with safety gear. Young children are the most susceptible to eye injuries, but even the most experienced athlete can get an injury.


Prevention and Treatment Options for Ocular Allergies

Eye allergies are never fun. Whether you have red, itchy, or dry eyes, the symptoms can make it difficult to function. The good news is that eye doctors can evaluate and offer treatment options to help you manage your symptoms. 


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