Ready to Get Your Vision Into Shape?
It takes way more than strength and speed to be at the top of your game.
The skills required by an athlete — those that make the difference between good and extraordinary — depend on vision skills which can be perfected.
Baseball, tennis and football are examples of sports games that require the skills and abilities to keep your eyes focused on the ball.
Football receivers and quarterbacks need a high level of tracking and depth perception to complete a pass, as well as high peripheral vision awareness.Sports vision training can enhance the communication between your eyes, brain and body, to help you excel in your sport and turn your vision into an invaluable asset on the court or field.
Sport Vision Training in Spring
Meet our Eye Doctor
- Monday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Tuesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Wednesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed
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4 Ways Sports Vision Training Can Give You a Competitive Edge
Builds visual skills
Sports vision training strengthens essential visual skills, such as:
- Hand-eye coordination
- Peripheral vision
- Reaction time
- Visual memory
Our eye care professionals will consult with you and create a program designed according to your strengths, weaknesses, and athletic goals. This therapy consists of weekly in-office appointments and assigned daily exercises.
Fits your training schedule
Weekly appointments and daily exercises can easily conform to your workout routine. With just 20 minutes a day, you may begin to see improvement in your performance.
Sports vision therapy is a scientifically-proven method of enhancing athletic performance. The program is developed by optometrists with extensive training in monitoring eye health and building visual skills.
Sports vision training: the ultimate game changer
Sport Vision FAQs
Thinking that 20/20 vision is the equivalent of perfect vision is a common misconception. Visual acuity and visual skills are two separate things. Visual acuity tests measure how well you can read letters from a chart, but it can’t predict how well you’ll see the ball or how quickly you’ll react to visual stimuli. It's common for people with 20/20 vision to lack the visual skills needed to truly excel in their sport.
The sports vision specialist will consult with you, administer eye tests, and provide you with a custom-designed treatment program best suited for your needs and aspirations. During the weekly in-office sessions, the specialist will assign home exercises, measure your progress, and adjust the program as needed.
During the initial consultation, a sports vision specialist will give you an eye exam to determine your eye health and visual skills. The eye exam may test the following:
- Visual acuity
- Contrast sensitivity
- Eye tracking
- Depth perception