Eye Tracking and Vision Therapy
Eye tracking diagnostics and vision therapy has exploded in the research community in the last 10 years. In the video below, Dr Burdorf explains how vision therapy and eye exercises can stimulate different parts of the brain. Depending on what is going on with your brain, different exercises are recommended. Hear what an effect vision therapy can have on your brain.
If the two eyes stop working together, many side effects may become evident. There may be issues of imbalance, depth perception, anxiety, vertigo and other domino effects as a result of the eyes not working together. An extreme but not unusual example could be that if a person has vertigo issues, he or she may tend to become house bound, their social life is stymied, and they end up with anxiety or other mental issues that follow as a result of being a shut-in. Vision therapy helps people develop and strengthen the normal coordination of both eyes, therefore may help minimize or even eliminate some of the effects of uncoordinated eye movement.
The following video is less than three minutes long.
According to a study done by Dr Cedrick Noel and Dr Jason Whittaker that was published in June 2021, doing eye exercises for 5 days made an improvement of 25%. This therapy requires a commitment of time and effort, and needs to be done every day, just like brushing teeth.
Depending on your lifestyle, it is a good idea to get evaluated and treated every 2 to 8 weeks. Schedule a follow up if it’s been a while.
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