How RightEye Benefits Patients

RightEye is an eye-tracking system that diagnoses brain and functional vision problems. The first of its kind, this system provides people with countless benefits. Let’s go over some of the reasons that you should try the RightEye vision tracking system. 



Diagnose Functional Vision Problems

You might be one of the many people who have a functional vision problem without realizing it. Functional vision problems can cause headaches, coordination issues, and more. In the past, these problems were difficult to diagnose. Fortunately, now your optometrist can use RightEye to detect vision problems. If you have an issue with your vision, your optometrist can treat it. You’ll be amazed by how much your quality of life improves after your vision problem is treated. 



Improve Sports Performance

Do you love playing sports? You’re good, but know you could be better. RightEye can help you improve your performance. It analyzes your reaction time, brain processing, and eye movements to look for ways you can improve. After comparing the results to others, you will receive a training regime to improve your performance on the field. 



Detect and Measure the Severity of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Almost four million people suffer concussions each year, and many of these traumatic brain injuries go undetected. Ignoring concussions can lead to life-long problems, such as fatigue and headaches. Fortunately, the RightEye system makes it easy to detect and measure the severity of concussions and other traumatic brain injuries. The system surveys the eyes and provides precise data regarding eye movements. After analyzing the data, the provider can determine if a traumatic brain injury is present.

This is much more effective than the “follow-my-finger” concussion screening that most medical providers offer. If you’ve experienced a blow to the head, you can benefit from the RightEye screening tool. 



Determine the Cause of Learning Problems

When children have trouble learning, parents and teachers often think they have ADD. They send them to psychiatrists or primary care providers to receive medication that comes with side effects.

ADD medication is a good option for children who have ADD, but far too many kids without the condition get medicated because they have some of the symptoms. Before medicating kids, parents should have their optometrist administer the RightEye test. The test analyzes their eye-tracking behaviors to see if that’s the cause of the learning problem.  



Tests for Parkinson’s Disease and Other Neurological Disorders

Parkinson’s disease is progressive and cannot be cured. However, providers can slow down the progression, so people can live full and happy lives with minimal symptoms. Early diagnosis is critical, though, or people will have significant symptoms that get in the way of daily life.

Unfortunately, 60 percent of people with Parkinson’s are misdiagnosed when they first present with symptoms, and approximately one third receive a second misdiagnosis because standard screening tests aren’t accurate. People often must go through a multitude of tests for a proper diagnosis, and by the time they finally realize they have Parkinson’s, the disease has progressed.

RightEye detects ocular tremors that are present in Parkinson’s disease. This speeds up diagnosis, so patients can begin treatment. 

The test is also used to diagnose other neurological orders that have ocular symptoms. If you think you have a neurological order, begin by undergoing a screening with the RightEye vision system. The fast diagnosis could be a lifesaver.

Are you ready to try RightEye? Call Blue River Vision at (970) 451-0015 to schedule an appointment.