Optometrist performing eye exam

Why Eye Care Providers May Not Test for Binocular Vision Disorders

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Although basic sensorimotor screening is part of any comprehensive eye exam, performing the extended test is not. Therefore, sensorimotor abnormalities often go undetected. This includes testing in pediatrician offices or…

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At-Home Therapy Reduces Symptoms of Binocular Vision Disorders

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Our eyes are working harder than ever. As a population we’re spending less time outside focusing on the far, instead, we’re spending hours in front of screens working, learning, or…

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RightEye Sensorimotor Infographic

[INFOGRAPHIC] Automated Sensorimotor Facts

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Check out our new Infographic which provides the basic facts around automating sensorimotor exams for eye care practices. Why Patients Need a Sensorimotor Exam A sensorimotor exam is used by…

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Optometrist showing patient eye drops.

6 Ways to Differentiate Your Vision Care Practice

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New technology is disrupting the practice of optometry, just like it has radically changed how Americans watch movies, hail a ride, or purchase shoes.  The optical industry’s online sales have jumped 100% since…

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Eye doctor consulting with patient

Top 7 Reasons to Automate Sensorimotor Eye Exams

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The pandemic has taken its toll on all our eyes with working from home, increased screen time, and lack of self-care. As patients flock to eye care providers to get remedies for…

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