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Sports Vision Therapy

Are You An Athlete?

Excellent visual skills are absolutely essential if you want to excel at your sport of choice, whether you play baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, football, or any other sport. Proper visual tracking can help you keep your on a moving puck against the ice, while good peripheral vision can help you see opponents approaching from the side so you can avoid being tackled or having the ball stolen.

Why is Sports Vision Therapy Important?

Good sports vision can give you the ability to see more of the field, court or rink in front and to the sides of you and help you react faster to the visual information you’re receiving. This can make all the differene between a homerun and a strike, a made or missed 3-pointer, or a caught or fumbled ball in the end zone. But beyond gaining an edge over the competition, better peripheral vision and quicker reaction speeds can help you avoid impacts with the ball or other players, preventing injury.

In Sports, Approximately 80% of Perceptual Input Is Visual

Sports vision training is a customized program of in-office and at-home exercises that help an athlete improve the communication between their eyes and brain by enhancing the visual skills that are essential to excel at the sport of your choice. Basic skills we help you work on include eye-tracking, visul focus, eye-hand-body coordination, peripheral awareness, reaction time, and dynamic visual acuity.

Our sports vision specialists may also use specialized equipment to enhance the effectiveness of the exercises prescribed as part of your custom therapy. The results will allow you to get the most out of your sports performance.

Sports vision training programs are used to improve skills, including:

  • Depth perception
  • Body-hand-eye coordination
  • Visual attention & processing
  • Accommodation (eye focusing)
  • Visual reaction speed
  • Binocular vision
  • Scanning and tracking
  • Visual memory

Improve Athletic Performance | FAQ

Can Sports Vision Training Improve My Game?

Yes, sports vision training can help you improve your reaction time, peripheral vision and hand-eye coordination and give you an edge over the competition.

Who Can Benefit From Sports Vision Training?

It’s suitable for just about anyone who steps onto a court or a sports field, whether amateur or professional athletes of all ages. Whether you play baseball or hockey, ski or drive race cars, sports vision training is suitable for any athlete who wants to take their performance to the next level.

Contact Dr. Ingryd Lorenzana to optimize and enhance your visual skills so you can become the athlete you know you can be!

Want to learn more about how our eye doctors can help you beat the competition with sports vision training and other essential eye care services? Come visit us at our eye care office, conveniently located a few minutes East of Schaumerg Rd. and Roselle Rd.

We are proud to offer services to the entire family. We offer weekday hours that work for many of our patients, opening Monday- Thursday at 10:00 AM and closing at 5:00 PM. We are closed on Fridays, but offer Saturday hours for those that find it easier to come in on the weekend.

Our practice serves patients from Northwest Suburbs of Chicago, South Barrington, Hoffman Estates, and Arlington Heights, Illinois and surrounding communities.
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Sports Vision Training Improves Sports Performance

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At-Home Sports Vision Exercises To Improve Your Performance

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Improving Reaction Time in Sports

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