New effective treatment for Dyslexia
Dyslexia is a term that defines a learning disability that impairs a person’s fluency or comprehension in being able to read.
We have learned that basically the signals to the brain from the eyes are out of sync which create a number of symptoms including:
• The appearance of double words or sentences
• Words that appear blurry
• Words that move or “float”
• Words that scrunch together or pull apart
• Words that come in-and-out of focus
• Spaces between that lines appear to move
These symptoms make reading very difficult which can have a big impact on the future of learning and educational choice a child makes. If a child experiences this difficulty in reading, he or she may feel inferior to his or her classmates and think that they are not smart or that learning is not fun. This can impact test scores, decisions regarding college, and career choices.
Despite all of the negative impact dyslexia can have on a person and their choices, the solution can be very simple! A non-invasive treatment for these symptoms has been found in ChromaGen lenses. These are lenses (filters) that equalize and regulate the signals from the eye to the brain which take away the symptoms that make reading difficult. Our patients have seen an incredible difference affecting not just their reading but their whole life!
The process is easy. First, visit www.IReadBetternow.com and take the quick and simple 7-question survey. Your survey score will indicate if ChromaGen lenses can help you. Next schedule an exam with us where we will fit you with the lenses that are right for you, and the best part is that the results are instantaneous. Before you even leave the exam room you will see the remarkable improvement in your reading.
Here at Eye Designs Vision we are a full service facility for eye care. We not only work with ChromaGen lenses but we assess all vision needs including examinations that result in accurate prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses. We check the eyes carefully with dilated exams that determine the health of the eyes including the diagnosis of cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.