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Engaging vision therapy
Vision Therapy
Luke

Engaging Vision Therapy

In this blog, we want to talk about our vision therapy and discuss our observations about vision therapy process, related to engagement and motivation. We explore if engaging vision therapy is enough for successful treatment.

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Barriers in novel vision training approaches
Vision Therapy
Luke

Barriers in Novel Vision Training Approaches

As time passes more and more evidence emerges, which supports the importance of binocular vision training approaches in combination with the conventional amblyopia treatment. In the last decade or so top researchers in the field

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Vision Therapy
Luke

Vision Training Compared to Patching

With the advancement of computer capabilities we have witnessed in the last two decades, there has also been a considerable improvement of vision training that is available on the market. Arguably, vision training solutions are

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Vision training and professional sport
Vision Therapy
Luke

Vision Training and Professional Sport

In the competitive world of professional sports, athletes are constantly seeking innovative ways to gain a competitive advantage. It is well established that vision training can improve vision in certain diseases or conditions, such as

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Patching or/and vision training
Vision Therapy
Luke

Patching or/and vision training

Treatment of amblyopia consists of several different approaches, including correct refractive correction, patching or penalization, vision training, and in certain cases depending on the cause, even surgery. Throughout modern history, patching was considered the most

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Why Do We Suggest a Minimum Time of 6 Months for Success?

Based on the data from over 15,000 patients using AmblyoPlay, improvements start within 4 months, while optimal results take anywhere between 6-18 months on average. The duration of required training depends on the patient’s age, the severity of the problem, accompanying diseases, and adherence to the training program.