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Introducing Right Eye

Hunter Family Vision is excited to incorporate a new piece of technology called Right Eye to the practice.

This is a new eye-tracking device capable of detecting deficiencies in the visual system and brain that can affect activities like reading, learning, playing sports, and more. Reports generated by the Right Eye provide our doctors with more insight into underlying problems affecting the patient’s visual performance. This allows for more effective treatment plans and better outcomes for patients.

Right Eye testing only takes a few minutes in the office and is particularly useful for patients with concerns about their reading performance, athletes interested in gaining a competitive advantage visually, or patients suffering from visual side effects following a concussion. Based on the results, the system is then capable of assigning at-home eye training to improve deficiencies within the visual system. Please feel free to contact our office if you are concerned about your visual performance. Additional information can be found at righteye.com.