Services & Pricing
Full Sports Performance Evaluation
A “must-have” for all athletes, the vision process starts with identifying key areas of their visual system. When this is done effectively, athletes can achieve their maximum potential.
A general eye examination is a good starting point for everybody. Athletes, however, have many other complex aspects to their visual system that need to be functioning at optimal levels.
This includes alignment, focusing system, movement in synchronization, depth perception, dynamic vision, and much more.
A full sports vision examination will take a deeper look into these systems and evaluate for deficits that might be present.
(Expected Length of Exam: 90-100 minutes)
Individual training sessions are where the progress happens. We combine traditional vision training with cutting edge technology to improve all aspects of your vision, neurocognitive, and coordination/speed.
Sessions typically last 45 minutes and include a variety of different drills to improve deficits and also make strengths stronger!
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Contact Lens Exam
Regular comprehensive eye examinations include tests for visual acuity and ocular health. While these tests will help to determine if you require vision correction, they do not include the specialized tests necessary for a contact lens prescription.
A contact lens examination includes specific tests to determine your candidacy for contact lenses, as well as the necessary measurements to determine an optimal contact lens prescription.
During this specialized exam, the eye doctor may also ask about your lifestyle and any preferences you may have regarding the type of lenses you are interested in
(Expected Length of Exam: 45 minutes)
An eye exam involves a series of tests to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases. Your eye doctor is likely to use various instruments, shine bright lights at your eyes and request that you look through an array of lenses.
Each test during an eye exam evaluates a different aspect of your vision or eye health.
An eye exam helps detect eye problems at their earliest stage — when they're most treatable.
Regular eye exams give your eye care professional a chance to help you correct or adapt to vision changes and provide you with tips on caring for your eyes. And an eye exam might provide clues to your overall health.
(Expected Length of Exam: 30 Minutes)
Concussion vision issues affect a large number of patients. This leads to an inability for patients to comfortably carry out many activities of daily life (e.g. reading).
Following a mTBI, it is theorized that the integration of vision subsystems, focal and ambient, break down.
Full concussion vision evaluation should include: basic optometric considerations, as well as oculomotor & non-oculomotor functional testing.
Repetitive vision exercises, +/- aids, are believed to accelerate & enhance the natural neuroplastic recovery. Find more information about these types of therapies through www.Ares-Academy.com
(Expected Length of Exam: 45 minutes)
Are you having issues other than needing glasses, contacts, concussion or a full sports vision examination?
Dry eye syndrome, foreign body in your eye, redness, irritation, corneal ulcer, corneal abrasion, etc...?
We can help.
(Expected Length of Exam: Depends on Issues Present)
3/6 Month Re-Evaluation
Have you been training with us for 3 or 6 months in the office? Have you been training remotely/at home through Ares Academy? We want to see you every 3-months to check and monitor your progress.
This is where we get an opportunity to see your improvement and make adjustments if needed to continue to keep getting better.
(Expected Length of Follow-Up: 45 minutes)