Sports Vision Therapy

Gain An Advantage Through Sports Vision Therapy

Coordination, concentration, balance and accuracy are just a few of the skills related to vision that high-level athletes depend on for success.  Vision can affect your batting average, your free throw percentage, your ability to catch a ball or pass a hockey puck accurately.  Successful athletes have sophisticated links between their brain, their muscles and their eyes which can be enhanced and improved through sports vision therapy.

We also love to help the average student or the amateur athlete who wants to be able to successfully play sports during PE at school, on recreational leagues, or with friends at the club to improve confidence.

Skills that can be enhanced at All Ages Vision Care:

  • Dynamic visual acuity
  • Eye tracking
  • Eye focusing
  • Peripheral vision
  • Fusion Flexibility and stamina
  • Depth perception
  • Visualization

Signs and Symptoms that indicate you may have a vision problem that affects your sports performance:

  • Headaches
  • Performance is not up to your potential
  • Wearing glasses but leaving them off during sports
  • Poor eye-hand coordination
  • Performance declines under stressful situations
  • Little to no improvement even with practice
  • Unusual errors while playing
  • Inconsistent performance
  • Performance that is better on one side or direction
  • Avoiding participation in sports
  • Early fatigue

Dr. Beasley, the owner and Clinical Director at All Ages Vision Care has first-hand experience with vision issues and playing sports and the effect that sports vision therapy can have.  Read more about Dr. Beasley.

Below are demonstrations of some of the sports vision enhancement equipment and techniques we use.  The first is an exercise for eye-hand coordination and vision reaction speed improvement.

Next is an eye tracking and vision reaction speed demonstration using a balance board and a marston ball.

Lastly, we demonstration how we use a special type of sports vision goggles for training.

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