Perfect for patients of all ages above 3 years. Yes, it works for adults, too!
Helps improve all 6 core visual skills required for treatment of broad range of problems.
Makes vision therapy fun and engaging with games and rewards.
Strabismus (also known as cross-eyed) is a vision condition that occurs when a person can not align both eyes simultaneously. One or both eyes deviates from the ideal axis and may turn in any direction. It seriously impacts both vision, as well as the social quality of life, especially children who are subjected to bullying more in school. However, there is good news: it can oftentimes be successfully treated with vision therapy, surgery or combination of both.
Treatment can be done in different ways and it is usually done by a trained professional and combines different approaches. In most severe cases, strabismus surgery is required to align the eyes, yet it is often followed with vision therapy exercises to strengthen the eyes and teach the brain how to use both eyes together. In occasional squint or mild strabismus, vision therapy has been proven to correct the misalignment completely.
AmblyoPlay® is a vision therapy solution that is performed through playing therapeutic games and exercises on your tablet or computer for 30 minutes per day. With exercises that adapt to each patient and their specific needs, it is ideal solution for problems such as lazy eye, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, double vision or other binocular problems.
AmblyoPlay works for patients above the age of 3 years – and yes, it does work for adults as well, just the speed of improvement diminishes with age.
It has been successfully used to treat the following problems:
While it is an extensive list, it is not exclusive. AmblyoPlay can help with other problems and please do reach out if you’re not sure if it is for you at [email protected]!
AmblyoPlay® is used by patients worldwide to treat a wide range of visual dysfunctions, such as lazy eye, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, double vision, and many others. We are able to tackle such a broad range of problems by improving 6 core visual skills. When we improve these core skills, we also improve our vision as a whole.