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Vision Disorders: Amblyopia, Strabismus

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Vision disorders affect many people, and some are not even aware that they are affected. Vision disorders include difficulties with eye movement, focus, tracking and visual processing. Some disorders are visible, such as Amblyopia or Strabismus. Others may not be as noticeable, but still affect one’s daily life. Enhancing vision is the goal of Vision Therapists, a relatively new field for Optometrists and Ophthalmologists.

The Qball is the ideal tool for training vision, tracking and visual perception. It can train both binocular vision as well as monocular. It works fast and efficiently by creating a challenging set of exercises that work the eyes in 3 dimensions (depth and lateral), in a way consistent with normal vision. The Qball adapts to anyone’s skill level and an individual can increase the challenge by bouncing the Qball faster. This challenges an individual to the best of their ability and keeps the mind fully engaged. The Qball combines vision training with eye-hand coordination and reaction time, to provide a well-rounded set of exercises. Add to that working memory, speed of processing, math and physical games and you have the ultimate training device. It is fast and easy, and the fun games keep people motivated to use it.

There are numerous disorders affecting vision including Amblyopia (lazy eye), Strabismus (misalignment), etc. Other disorders affect the processing of visual information once perceived. What the majority of these disorders have in common is that through training and exercise the symptoms can be reduced, if not alleviated altogether. This is accomplished through challenging exercises that force the use of the eyes and visual perception in a correct manner, which then rewires the circuitry of the brain to adapt.

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Click to view more exercises. They are fun, varied and challenging and keep the mind and body working in a way consistent with normal brain functioning – helping a person to maintain their independence.