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There is more to "keeping your eye on the ball" than you might think.
Whether you're the next million-dollar draft pick or a weekend duffer, vision plays a pivotal role in your performance.
Most people think that "20/20" vision means your vision is perfect. But undetected visual skills problems can affect coordination, concentration, balance and accuracy and can seriously undermine not just your game, but simple everyday activities.
How can you tell if you or someone you know has undetected vision problems?
So, what should you do if you or someone you know is having these problems?
Come in for a Comprehensive Sports Evaluation to identify visual skill weaknesses that directly reduce your athletic abilities!
Athletic performances that fail or fall short are usually due to the movement being performed at the incorrect time or place. These judgments are learned skills, and can be improved upon. Training your eyes to effectively gather the proper information can transform your performance from one of luck and chance to consistent, accurate play.
A program of Optometric Sports Vision Enhancement Training significantly improves:
...all factors that are crucial for both the amateur and professional athlete!
Accurate vision triggers the muscles of the body to respond accurately.
Our Office Provides These Services:
Sports in General
Specific Sports Baseball
Normal visual findings are not enough for superior athletic performance.
We evaluate, train and enhance all of the visual abilities crucial to athletic performance.
The philosophy behind testing and improving visual skills differs from one sport to another. For instance, peripheral awareness is crucial for a basketball player or soccer player to monitor teammates, opponents and the fast moving ball. Timing, depth perception and accurate hand-eye coordination are necessary for a winning tennis match.
Visual Tracking: The ability to track a moving object smoothly and accurately at any speed - "keeping your eyes on the ball."
Visual Reaction Time: The time necessary for your eyes to see and react to visual information.
Eye-Hand Reaction Time: The ability to efficiently coordinate the eyes and hands.
Eye-Foot Coordination: The ability to effectively anticipate position a low rolling ball.
Contrast Sensitivity: Crucial for skiers, who must see every shadow in the snow.
Peripheral Awareness: Keeping your eye on the ball and simultaneously being aware of other players and the court or field.
Depth Perception: The ability to quickly and accurately evaluate the distance between yourself, the ball, teammates, opponents, boundary lines and other critical targets.
Eye + Body Balance + Coordination: The ability to keep your eye on the ball with varying body position and balance demands.
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