Visual impairment

In the modern world, humanity, in pursuit of a comfortable and well-organized life, has reached such a peak of development and technological progress that, without noticing it, more and more people have become dependent on information technology, on all kinds of devices and gadgets. Progress has already reached the point that today you can even work and study without leaving your home. All this, of course, greatly facilitates the life of any person, regardless of age group.

Probably everyone will be happy with this situation, but not our health, it suffers from such a way of life, first of all, the highest impact falls on our eyesight. Eyes, by their very nature, are not adapted to the kind of pressure that the technical process inflicts today. More and more time a person, from an early age, spends looking at a computer monitor, TV screen, tablet, or phone. Eye strain affects both the physical and intellectual state of a person, which in turn can reduce the ability to think and concentrate by 90%.

Today, one of the most pressing problems is the problem of visual impairment in children! WHO estimates that 19 million children have visual impairments. Of these, about 12 million have refractive errors, conditions that can be easily diagnosed and corrected. For 1.5 million children with irreversible blindness, visual, as well as psychological rehabilitation, is needed on an ongoing basis.

Given all this, the question arises, is it still possible to prevent such a problem as loss of vision? How to preserve vision and help our body cope with this difficult task?

Today, in the DMC Clinic, in the vision correction office, our specialists successfully use the Neurocor program and a biofeedback device. One of the important achievements of the program is the possibility of targeted correction of the electroencephalogram spectrum to improve vision.

The Neurocor program offers ready-made recipes this for each individual disease.

– hyperopia

– myopia

– astigmatism

– amblyopia – “lazy eye” of any degree

– starbism – “squinting”

– presbyopia – “senile vision”

– accommodation spasm – “false myopia”

– asthenopia – “visual fatigue”

The new method of treatment allows reducing the general mental stress of the patient and teaching him the skill of voluntary control of brain activity. As a result of the acquisition of this skill, the work of the visual center of the cerebral cortex and the motor activity of the ocular muscles are normalized, which contributes to the improvement of vision.

As a result of video computer training for vision correction, it also becomes possible to:

– improve visual acuity;

– weaken the power of optical correction;

– reduce the rate of the pathological process;

– stabilize visual functions;

– relieve spasm;

– improve visual fixation;

– eliminate visual fatigue.