vision training

Eye Exercises for Astigmatism

Eye Exercises for Astigmatism

Are you considering eye surgery to fix your astigmatism? Before you make that decision, there are some things you need to know. Of the 700,000 surgeries performed in 2017 to fix refractive errors like astigmatism, nearly half suffered from dry eyes and other symptoms post-surgery long-term. You don’t want to trade one vision problem for […]

6 Tips to Naturally Improve Your Reading and Close-Up Vision

Are you tired of realizing you forgot your reading glasses at home and now you can’t read the menu? What about squinting to read the new text message on your phone? You’re not alone. Most people start to notice their near vision start to get less clear and blurrier in their 40s. It’s a common […]

May Is Healthy Vision Month – 2017

Every month we should be concerned with keeping our vision healthy, but this May, take special care to see that you’re giving your vision all that it requires and that you’re setting your bad habits aside. Spring is the best time to get rid of the old and start with the new. The snow melts […]

Keeping Astigmatism at Bay: The Best Fixes

It can be easy to tell if you’re farsighted because your vision will be blurry when you look at things up close, but you’ll be able to see things clearly in the distance. And it can be easy to tell if you’re nearsighted, because, well you’ll be able to see things up close clearly, but […]

Better Vision, Better Volleyball

Good volleyball players must be athletic, quick and be aware of the movement of not only the ball, but the players around them. Because of this, good vision is an important part of being a good volleyball player. Although good vision won’t make you jump higher, it can help you hit the ball in the […]

How Vision Training Helps NHL Goalies

There’s a lot of emphasis on physical strength when it comes to athletic training, especially for hockey players. Hockey players need about as much strength as they can get, from muscular to cardiovascular strength. What about goalies? They don’t move around nearly as much as the offensive and defensive lines, who spend significantly more time […]

Pretty Cool Facts About Peripheral Vision

The human eye is an amazing work of nature. It is a combination of muscles and lenses working together to send messages to the brain that come back with perceived images. Peripheral vision is just one part of the overall ability to see, and there are some pretty neat things about this area of eyesight. […]

How Fast Can Eyes Move and See?

We don’t often think of eyes as “fast.” We’ll normally talk about vision in terms of acuity and coordination, but speed? Not so much. Spend some time watching another person’s eyes though and you’ll likely be pretty impressed at how rapidly they jump around. Turns out, the little jumps that you’ll see their eyes make […]

The Difference Between Regular and Behavioral Optometry

If you haven’t really heard of behavioral optometry before, you’re not alone. The term isn’t an incredibly commonly-used one and it can be difficult to turf up information on the practice, let alone find a practitioner. At root, a behavioral optometrist is to a traditional optometrist as a chiropractor is to a spine doctor. Both […]

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