RightEye Reveals EagleEye Performance Vision is the Winner of its 2020 Impact Award(™)

Dr. Neil Renaud

EagleEye Performance Vision
Holland, MI

An eleven-year-old patient was struggling with schoolwork, experiencing blurry and double vision, as well as attention issues, poor comprehension, clumsiness and poor handwriting…

The RightEye Impact Award is designed to recognize, honor and celebrate the many unsung accomplishments of doctors across the globe transforming peoples’ lives through functional vision healthcare.

Our winner, Dr. Neil Renaud and the other finalists, below, utilized RightEye technology in their practice to support patients suffering from vision tracking impairments.

Take a moment to listen to their compelling stories.

Dr. Sally Fryer Dietz

Integrative Concussion & Pediatric Therapy
Dallas, TX

A 13-year-young woman was diagnosed with dyslexia and had been receiving remedial work outside of the clinic…

Debra Holtzhauer

Listowel Vision Care, Listowel
Ontario, Canada

Holtzhauer’s 34-year old female patient was kicked in the head while milking a cow. Her resulting concussion…

Jeremiah Jorgensen

Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers
Lincoln, NE

A seven-year-old child was diagnosed with a learning disability and was receiving occupational therapy, physical therapy…

Dr. Amanda Nanasy

The Eye Center
Pembroke Pines, FL

A college-aged patient had suffered a concussion from a motor vehicle accident and had been under the care of a…

Dr. Gregory Schultz

Eye Center of Virginia
Williamsburg, VA

A CEO of a growing company suffered a concussion after hitting her head on a concrete floor…

The 2020 RightEye Impact Award grand prize winner will be honored at a ceremony on March 13th in the winner’s hometown.

For more information about the Impact Award, please contact Michael Barclay at [email protected].