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COMMON RIGHT EYE PATTERNS
& FOCUS BUILDER APPLICATIONS

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RightEye Course available for more info and training.


Dr. Cedrick Noel, BSN, DC, DACNB, FABCDD takes you through the meaning of each metric and eye movement pattern in the RightEye reports along with the clinical relevance.  EyeQTrainer will be discussed along with other great clinical applications.  This course is divided up into multiple short videos to allow you to quickly view and review the topics that you are most interested in.  If you are a user of the RightEye system, this is the perfect course for you. 


Dr. Jason Whittaker, DC, DACNB, FABCDD, FABBIR is also teaching a section reviewing valuable articles regarding the diagnostic value of eye movements and the therapeutic value of eye movement training.  

The following exercises can be found within the "SAVED EXERCISES" icon of the Focus Builder App menu page.  Select the folder called RightEye Patterns.  We have created these exercises because they could be an effective approach to these common patterns, however, the clinician should determine if this is appropriate for the patient.

Print Instructions for Patients
Fixation/Gaze stability training
Patient Instructions:  Each time before the target moves, nod your head once down, up and center, then rotate your head once to the right, once to the left, and then to the center. Perform this at a very short amplitude and slowly.

Left Pursuit training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Right Pursuit training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Vertical Pursuit training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Left V pattern training (right eye covered)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the left eye only while covering the right eye. Do this for the entire duration of the exercise.

Right V pattern training (left eye covered)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the right eye only while covering the left eye. Do this for the entire duration of the exercise.

Bilateral V training (cover unused eye)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the right eye for the first rep, then the left eye on the second rep, and then with both eyes for the remaining reps. Cover the unused eye.

Left A pattern training (right eye covered)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the left eye only while covering the right eye. Do this for the entire duration of the exercise.

Right A pattern training (left eye covered)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the right eye only while covering the left eye. Do this for the entire duration of the exercise.

Bilateral A pattern training (cover unused eye)
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with the right eye for the first rep, then the left eye on the second rep, and then with both eyes for the remaining reps. Cover the unused eye.

Left saccade training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Right saccade training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Up saccade training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise.

Down saccade training
Patient Instructions:  Keep your head still and follow the moving target with both eyes for the entire duration of the exercise