Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questionsvision-therapy-system

Is Vision therapy hard to do?

No, vision therapy is very simple. You won’t believe how easy it is. It is not painful, and many people report that it is fun to do.

Does vision therapy take up much time?

No. An important part of vision therapy is developing good visual habits and integrating them throughout your normal day to replace bad visual habits, and relieve accumulated eye stress. It is recommended that you perform vision therapy for a minimum of 15 minutes per day. You are likely to see greater improvement if you devote more time per day, or perform multiple sessions.

If I miss a day or two, will it hurt my eyes or improvement progress? Will I have to start all over again?

No, if you take a day or two off, you can pick right up where you left off.

Is it possible to repair damaged vision by changing vision habits and performing vision therapy?

Yes. Professional athletes, Air Force fighter pilots, and most recently, patients of hundreds of medical eye doctors that now claim that they are “Board Certified in Vision Therapy”, are examples of the many who have naturally improved eyesight and restored lost vision by changing their visual practices and routinely performing short and simple vision therapy eye exercises.

Does this vision therapy system really work?

Yes, it does. If you do not feel you have improved your eyesight satisfactorily or received your money’s worth of value, please contact me immediately and I will return every penny of your purchase, quietly and promptly, without any questions asked. There is nothing for you to risk. At this point, if you are not satisfied with my Vision Therapy System, you can still choose to go to the eye doctor.

If vision therapy works, why do I not know about it?

Almost all Ophthalmologists and Optometrists do not know about vision therapy because they are not taught about it. If a doctor learns about vision therapy, they may refuse to believe or accept it’s effectiveness. A disadvantage to filling a person’s head with extensive “medical” knowledge is that the person is less likely to be open to effective alternative treatments. Think about it. Most eye doctors believe they know best, if they found and accepted that they did not, they would face an extreme life crisis that would result in the complete breakdown of their career, life, and medical practice. Regardless of what they may be shown as evidence, most will refuse to accept or acknowledge alternative methods despite being presented with overwhelming evidence. Even with the majority of Ophthalmologists and Optometrists being unaware of it, vision therapy is growing and it is extremely effective. Optometrists can become Board Certified in Vision Therapy from COVD, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Why should I take a chance in buying this product? Is this program worth my hard earned money?

What is the value of having perfect eyesight for the rest of your life?

Besides the benefits of having perfect vision, how much money and time will you save on eyeglasses, contacts, and eye doctor visits?

What is the cost of living with regret for not having tried this system risk free to see that it would work for you?

Can I harm my eyes by vision therapy?

No. You are more likely to harm your eyes by reading improperly or looking at a computer screen than by performing vision therapy.

Do eyeglasses harm my eyesight?

It is accepted common knowledge that wearing contacts and glasses makes unaided sight worse. The glass and plastic in the lenses in eyeglasses and contact lenses interferes with the transmission of light. Color is always more intense when seen with the naked eye than when it is seen through any lens. Since color is a major part of the perception of light, it follows that light cannot be as well perceived through glass or plastic lenses.

Some research has shown that glasses actually aggravate the eye, by constantly maintaining a degree of refractive error which otherwise would not be present, particularly while focusing eccentrically. The strong concave glasses required by severe myopes make all objects seem much smaller than they really are. Convex glasses enlarge objects. Patients with a degree of astigmatism can suffer some very disagreeable sensations when they wear eyeglasses. Usually these difficulties can be overcome, but many times they are not. All glasses condense the field of vision to a greater or lesser degree. Eyeglasses often cause annoying nervous symptoms, such as dizziness and headache. In addition the frames interfere with peripheral vision. The wearing of contacts can also cause infections in the eye.

Can’t eyeglasses or corrective lenses give me perfect vision?

No. Your refractive abnormalities continually change from day to day and from hour to hour, a fact that is easily verified by the personal observation of eyeglass wearers. As a result of the constant changing of your refractive eye condition, the accurate fitting of permanent glasses or contacts is impossible.

Lens coatings are often used to prevent reflections of strong light on eyeglass lenses. These coatings reduce the brightness of colors and quality of sight.

Are compensating lenses addictive?

Yes. The lenses are called compensating lenses because they only compensate for refractive errors, and have no therapeutic value in correcting the underlying cause of the refractive error.

Who created vision therapy?

Optometrists and Ophthalmologists who are medical doctors specializing in vision disorders and surgery, have developed vision therapy and several hundred visual therapy exercises over the last 90 years. My research has identified the most effective therapies for use in my vision therapy system.

How quickly will I make progress?

Immediately. If you are myopic, hypermetropic, or astigmatic, you can usually see immediate results by performing a few minutes of “palming” and noticing the improvement in eyesight. These results are usually short lived at first, but become long term improvements when regularly performed and combined with other vision therapy. Improvement progress is usually measured in months or weeks, depending on the underlying condition of the individual and the degree of motivation to perform vision therapy. It is important to remember that there are overnight solutions. In addition, no two people are alike or have exactly the same condition.