Vision Therapy and Sports Vision Therapy areas we identify and address include:
- Binocularity and Eye Teaming: Using both eyes equally and efficiently
- Depth perception: Seeing the distance between objects, plays, road conditions regarding how far or near
- Distance acuity: Seeing, identifying, locating, rating speed and angle, and understanding objects at a distance
- Eye Movement: Tracking, congruency, and smooth eye movement during reading or while following a moving object.
- Fixation: Accurate and fast locating of objects on the field or while reading
- Focus: Maintaining focus despite distractions with the ability to quickly, clearly locate an object back and forth between distances
- Hand body coordination: Eyes, hand, and body work together effectively
- Near vision acuity: Viewing objects at arm's length clearly including speed and angle
- Peripheral Vision: Being aware of surrounding to focus on things ahead as well as know full field of vision
- Visual memory: Remembering from the simple to complex and slow to fast moving, visual processing goes beyond sports into all areas of life.
- Vision Perception: Increase eye and brain communication to understand what is being seen
- Visual Reaction Time: The speed your brain interprets and reacts
- Visualization: Visualizing yourself performing specific tasks to perform later
Vision is often ignored in concussion care which elongates the healing process of improved communication between the eyes, body, and brain. Concussions disrupt visual process
Sports vision activities (workouts) are taught in clinic with check ins and given for practice at home.
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