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In vision therapy, we use the acronym CATSPP to describe the following process:


Both eyes pointing at the same target


Target clear on the retina in both eyes


Smoothly moving our eyes together between targets


Sensing differences between the eyes to generate 3-dimensional images


Sensing where our eyes need to move next


Turning symbols into words and words into stories on the page

So, what happens when there is a problem in any single section of the CATSPP?

  • The process is slowed down before it even reaches the visual cortex.
  • Wasted energy causes comprehension to diminish

What does vision therapy do to prevent that?

  • Fine-tuning the CATSPP so that vision does not limit the learning process.
  • Preventing the visual system from acting as a limiting factor in a child’s development.

Axis Sports Vision Training

Visual acuity is invariably an important aspect of athletic performance. Sports vision training used to be reserved for collegiate and pro athletes, but today, this type of training is available to athletes of any age or level of ability. If you are an athlete interested in taking their performance to the next level – or the parent of one – then sports vision training is for you!

Skills that are improved through the Axis Sports Vision Training program include:

  • Depth Perception
  • Eye Focusing (Accommodation)
  • Visual Reaction Speed (Reactive Agility)
  • Binocular Vision (Vergence)
  • Visual Attention and Processing

Axis Sports Vision is an eight-week program that includes one 40-minute session per week. During each session, athletes engage in a wide range of activities, ensuring that their visual system is functioning at optimal efficiency.

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