SACCADE EYE MOVEMENT EXERCISES
These saccades exercises challenge your brain to improve velocity, accuracy, and latency of fast eye movements. It is generally recommended that gaze stability be restored prior to performing a saccade exercise for therapeutic benefit.
Combination Saccades & Pursuits Exercises
Using the combination of saccades and pursuits, we can target a specific cerebellar-collicular-cortical axis for greater impact and specificity. The left and right brain eye exercises, developed by Dr. Ted Carrick, have been shown to be effective in helping patients better map their visual environment. Once again, this exercise should be prescribed by a trained clinician.
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Memory Saccades Training Exercises
This exercise is designed to challenge your ability to perform saccades to remembered locations. Many levels of difficulty are available to improve working memory.
This exercise is especially beneficial to improve your ability to concentrate and ignore distractions. Most cases of ADHD can benefit greatly from performing Anti-Saccades therapeutically. Additional features are available to improve impulse control and executive function. Multiple levels of difficulty can be prescribed.
Optokinetic (OPK) stimulation has been shown to be effective in not only assessing reflexogenic eye movements but can be used therapeutically in a variety of scenarios. This neurologist education and training feature allow the user to specify size, speed, color, and direction of the optokinetic strip. There is also an option to use a fixation dot with stimulation.
Hemistim neurology advanced training exercises are a great stimulus for targeting not only a specific hemisphere but also a specific visual field or quadrant for more targeted parietal and/or temporal lobe activation. Like OPK, the user can specify size, speed, quadrant and color combinations for patient customization. There is also a fixation dot option.