Vision Therapy For Adults,
It May Not Be Too Late To
Correct Your Visual Issue!

Vision Therapy for adults works! Here’s a Vision Therapy success story that shows that Optometric Vision Therapy works for adults, too.

This adult patient was born with an eye turn.

Here are Matt’s comments on his first 3D experience below, proving that Vision Therapy for adults really works!

“I’ve been able to spend a lot of time this past week doing my home therapy and experienced a breakthrough on Friday. I was finding my exercises this week (Red/Green Chart, Brock String, and Eccentric Circles) increasingly easier, so I decided to break out the 3D glasses and watch something on my 3D TV.

At first, I didn’t really notice a difference, but then the screen showed a giant school of jelly fish. I immediately felt completely immersed and surrounded by the jelly fish. It was actually a little uncomfortable at first, but once I realized that this was probably one of my first 3d experiences, I was very excited.

After watching the same scene probably a 100 times, I tested it with one eye covered to make sure it wasn’t all in my head. There is definitely a difference. I’ve now watched dozens of scenes with varying success. Most of the time if there is a single object to focus on, I can tell no difference (I think one eye still dominates when trying to focus on a single point without a lot of concentration). However, if the screen is filled with vague 3D objects or if an object comes out of a complex scene (i.e. a small fish on a coral reef), I can sometimes tell a difference.

Most of my success is when I’m relatively close to the TV, but far enough away that my peripheral vision picks up light coming from windows on each side of the TV. I try to make sure I can see both windows at the same time (they are far enough apart I can’t do this with only one eye) and while doing so, focus on the TV. Its still a lot to focus on all at once, but was worth it. Just wanted to share my excitement.” ~ Matt W.

Please note: In-office therapy under the direction of a Behavioral Optometrist using prisms, filters and lenses, as used with our patients, is far more effective than home-based therapy.

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