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Do you SEE your BEST?

Most people don’t even know what best vision really means and some eye doctors can’t agree…

At 4Sight iCare we make it simple.  In order to see your best you must have your best visual acuity (BVA).  BVA is a test done at your eye doctor’s office but typically performed until you stop at 20/20 vision – PERFECT, right?  Um, no; or better stated, not necessarily.  If 20/20 is the best you could do then it is okay to be normal, but that is just NORMAL VISION.  Normal vision is good, but if you want YOUR BEST VISION you want to see a sports vision doctor!  That is how you will know that you are seeing the best you possibly can; they will demonstrate it so you can SEE THE DIFFERENCE.  If you can’t see better using new glasses or contacts, never fear!  This is only one of four ways that a sports vision doctor can help you to SEE YOUR BEST!

In addition to best visual acuity your sports vision doctor might offer sports vision training to train the brain, exercise the eyes, or educate you on ocular nutrition and its impact on your sight.  The tests and training for these include: brain processing speed of visual stimuli, extra-ocular muscle balance and coordination, rapid changes in focus from near to far, multiple object tracking, concentrating on a single visual target, contrast sensitivity, and glare recovery.  Simply search for your nearest Sports Vision Section doctor of the AOA.  This will find the most convenient location for you to SEE YOUR BEST!

If that is 4Sight iCare, you can expect to receive a thorough eye examination yearly and the option to do sports vision training to enhance your performance.SVT Facebook