The Right Eye's Role in Vision Therapy and Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation

Introducing Right Eye: An Valuable Technology In Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation, Developmental Vision, and Sports Vision

Many offices use the RightEye for its fantastic reporting, which helps the patient or their parents better understand the visual deficits and show progress. However, a functional optometrist has all the tools to properly diagnose and treat functional vision problems with or without the RightEye. It is important to note that RightEye does not replace the experience, training, tools, and effectiveness of office based vision therapy under the guidance of a functional optometrist. Unfortunately some rehabilitation offices are marketing the RightEye as a replacement for visiting an optometrist that specializes in functional vision, while the truth is that it's a great tool but by no means a replacement.

One area where this technology excels in is sports vision, and while it is a great tool to have available, it is not the only tool available for successful diagnosis and treatment.

So why does my optometrist have a RightEye? The answer is that it is a helpful tool, especially for reporting and patient education, furthermore it reduces the need for lots of different equipment by offering many options in one software package. So while the RightEye is not groundbreaking, it is a great addition to any vision therapy, neuro optometry or sports vision office.

RightEye's Eye Tracked Vision Tests: Unveiling Insights

The RightEye is a valuable tool in a neuro optometry and vision therapy office, to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of functional vision problems. 

The RightEye System may be used for: 

  • Monitoring Eye Movements: RightEye's tests monitor your eye movements to uncover vision and health issues.
  • Baseline Concussion Tests: They provide baseline tests to monitor for potential concussion-related issues.
  • Recovery and Treatment Impact: RightEye's tests track recovery progress and the impact of treatments.
  • Identifying Vision Strengths and Weaknesses: They help improve athletic performance by identifying vision strengths and weaknesses.
  • Early Indicators of Autism and Parkinson’s Disease: RightEye tests can detect early indicators of these conditions.
  • Binocular Vision Issues: They identify binocular vision issues that can impede reading, vision, and learning.
  • RightEye Functional Vision EyeQ is a 5-minute, non-invasive test that can diagnose functional vision issues and set you on a path to improvement.

Enhancing Sports Performance with RightEye Sports Vision EyeQ

In sports, almost 80% of perceptual input is visual. RightEye Sports Vision EyeQ measures specific vision skills that affect reflexes and hand-eye coordination, including eye movement speed, processing speed, dynamic visual focus, and more. When the report identifies opportunities for improvement, our functional optometrists can customize a training plan for you.

Transforming Learning with RightEye Reading Assessment

One in four children has a vision problem that affects learning, often misinterpreted as disinterest, sleepiness, dyslexia, or ADHD. Even a child with 20/20 eyesight can have a vision issue at the core of their learning problem. RightEye's Reading Assessment test exposes vision and brain health in ways not possible from standard eye tests, offering the opportunity to change a child's life forever.

The Right eye technology is available in these Amplify EyeCare locations:


RightEye's tests monitor eye movements, uncover vision and health issues, provide baseline concussion tests, monitor recovery progress, improve athletic performance, and even detect early indicators of conditions like autism and Parkinson's disease.
Yes, RightEye's methodology allows for almost immediate results. The tests compare eye movements with a broader cross-section of society to determine if an eye condition exists or not
Absolutely. RightEye's Reading Assessment test can expose vision and brain health issues that may be at the core of a child's reading difficulties, even if they have 20/20 eyesight.
Not necessarily, this answer might surprise you, but the right eye is a nice tool that enhances diagnostics and treatment, however it is not required for successful treatment.

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