The practice specialises in paediatric optometry, contact lenses and visual therapy. Around 61% of contact lenses fitted by the practice are daily disposable, while 80% of children and teenagers fitted through the practice wear myopia control contact lenses.
The bunkers are a heavy construction mass, and patients are positively distracted from their circumstances with bright and expansive ceiling panels termed "visual therapy panels." These panels provide relief in an otherwise claustrophobic space with back-illuminated photorealistic views of nature.
of New York State College of Optometry) offers a guide for parents and professionals to the use of visual therapy with children who have visual, motor, or auditory dysfunctions due to an inherent vision problem.
Warshowsky, explores how visual problems develop and how they can be reversed through effective and efficient visual therapy. It dispels myths surrounding visual dysfunction and explains in straightforward terms the various conditions that could be affecting a child's perception, even if they have perfect sight.
Another visual therapy, the See Clearly Method by Vision Improvement Technologies, is built upon the basic principles of Bates but also advocates "progressive undercorrection," a process that uses steadily weaker prescriptions to blur vision and strengthen the accommodative (focusing) muscles in the eye.