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Sarahs' opinion about AmblyoPlay

My son has been using the program for six months and we believe we have seen some improvement with his eye turn. He loves video games, so this was a fun option especially at the beginning. One thing we would love to see is updates to the game selection every once in a while to keep it engaging, as he now complains that he’s bored of doing the same games. I still think it’s a more fun and convenient option to going to an office for therapy! We love being able to take the program with us on a tablet when we’re away.

Sarah

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Melissa

Adult patient with strabismus using AmblyoPlay.

So is AmblyoPlay a good program for fixing strabismus? AmblyoPlay is an amazing computer-based tool for vision therapy. The red/blue activities cancel perfectly with the glasses provided, making an amazing tool to break suppression and improve symptoms associated with strabismus and amblyopia.

Hannah

5-year old girl with amblyopia.

We have been using AmblyoPlay since November (approximately 5 months) and we have definitely noticed a remarkable improvement with my daughters eye. At her last follow up appointment the ophthalmologist was very impressed with the progress and we are excited to hear what he says at the next one.
Erick

Father of a 4-year old boy with esotropia.

As an optometrist with a background in pediatrics and vision therapy, I can honestly say that this product has been an excellent option for my son who deals with intermittent esotropia during the covid19 pandemic. It is an excellent adjunct to in-office therapy for anyone looking for some additional therapy for their kids at home.

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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.