Abbey Neurodynamic Center
Wellness Center located in Palo Alto, CA
Vision is related to balance, depth perception, hand-eye coordination, and more and can maximize the way your brain and body synergistically function together. If vision perception is off-balance, it can affect sports performance and learning. At Abbey Neurodynamic Center in Palo Alto, California, licensed clinical neuropsychologist Richard Abbey, PhD, and his team offer vision training to restore brain, vision, and physical functions and your quality of life. Schedule an appointment with Abbey Neurodynamic Center over the phone.
Vision Training Q & A
What is vision training?
Innovative vision training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center involves advanced techniques that improve cognitive skills related to vision including:
- Attention training and concentration
- Eye tracking
- Reading training
- Sports training and optimization
- Visual scanning
- Depth perception
- Hand-eye coordination
- Peripheral vision
- Spatial relation
Vision training helps improve physical and cognitive performance to restore your overall quality of life. It can optimize learning, prevent falls, improve athletic training and sports performance, and help reduce concussion symptoms.
How does vision training work?
Vision affects about 80% of what you perceive and understand, and is a key contributor to your behavior. Proper vision is crucial for excelling in sports, including soccer, baseball, basketball, football, and more.
Vision training utilizes vision therapy and rehabilitation to improve all aspects of cognitive and physical performance. This innovative technique heightens and develops neural pathways relating to balance, motor control, and your awareness of the position and movement of your body in space. Vision training enhances your perception and processing of new visual information.
Optimal vision helps you track words on pages, understand what you read, write words, and answer questions on tests to achieve success at work and school. By strengthening your visual system, neurological functions often improve.
What happens during vision training?
Prior to vision training, your Abbey Neurodynamic Center specialist reviews your medical history and symptoms, examines you, and takes a baseline assessment to track vision, cognitive, and physical functions.
During treatment your practitioner uses the most advanced technology and techniques to increase your visual awareness so you can better recall words, letters, numbers, and more. They personalize and modify each vision training program to meet your needs, and increase the complexity of exercises as you improve.
For example, your doctor might raise or lower visual screens and equipment to enhance dynamic standing balance. Vision training at Abbey Neurodynamic Center is top-of-the-line and remains up to date with the latest advancements in neuropsychological treatments.
Don’t let vision impairments or poor depth perception increase your risk of poor sports performance, learning problems, falls, and injuries when simple noninvasive solutions are available at Abbey Neurodynamic Center. Schedule an appointment over the phone today.