SPORTS VISIONBetter Performance Starts With the Brain.
Sports Vision Testing and Training
Sports vision tests and training help athletes determine how well their eyes perform, beyond their visual acuity (20/20 eyesight). These tests can assess how well an athlete sees and can also be used to train athletes and improve visual function.
The International Sports Vision Association (ISVA) is an interdisciplinary group of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of vision training for athletes of all ages and levels to help them achieve peak athletic performance. Vision, just like speed and strength, is a critical component in how well you play any sport. Learn more here.
NeuroTracker is a high tech method of boosting the mental skills that are key in human performance. Science shows that superior cognitive abilities give elite athletes a competitive edge and that NeuroTracker training can directly improve awareness and decision-making abilities in competitive performance.
“Reaching elite levels of human performance is mental just as much as physical. Training your mental abilities can provide an added edge in any situation. NeuroTracker training is designed to rapidly enhance the high-level cognitive abilities that are needed for better attention, awareness and decision-making performance – at any level!
NeuroTracker is an ideal way to enhance a wide range of mental skills that are fundamental to learning abilities. Simple yet fun, and quick but challenging to do, NeuroTracker is a practical tool for students with learning difficulties or for those who want to excel in their academic performance.” 1
What is RightEye?
RightEye is the world's first commercialized eye-tracking system for general healthcare and wellness. It is designed to quickly, easily and accurately expose vision and brain health in ways impossible with standard eye tests.
For more information, visit www.righteye.com
2020 RightEye Impact Award Finalist Debra Holtzhauer
2020 RightEye Impact Award Finalist Debra Holtzhauer of Listowel Vision Care says her patient Pat has lasting pain and vision issues after a concussion. After a RightEye test and vision therapy, she was able to get her life back.
Holtzhauer’s 34-year old female patient was kicked in the head while milking a cow. Her resulting concussion left with her persistent pain and vision issues that impacted her ability to sew, cook, drive, read, etc. After a RightEye test and vision therapy, all symptoms were eliminated or greatly reduced. Pain meds were no longer needed and she was able to resume her daily activities such as cooking for her family and bringing her children to appointments and activities.
Watch video interview for more.