What The Press Said About New Clinical NeuroEyeCoach Study

By October 12, 2016Blog

In our last blog we told you about a new rigorous peer-reviewed study published in BioMed Research International shows improvements in visual search following the use of NovaVision’s NeuroEyeCoach.

This study generated a lot of interest in the both the popular and business or medical press. We thought you might like to see what they said – it is not just NovaVision and its patients who think NeuroEyeCoach is great!

What The Press Said:

“Computer programme speeds up eye movements to compensate for loss…and strengthens eyes within weeks” – The Mail Online, September 28, 2016

“A new treatment is helping people with stroke-induced blindness achieve major improvements in their vision” – The Scotsman, September 28, 2016 

“New technology improves vision for brain injury patients… This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected by it”.  – Medical Press, September 28, 2016

“Blind aid at click…Stroke survivors left partially blind will see better thanks to a pioneering computer therapy” – The Scottish Sun, September 28, 2016

“Academic hails ‘huge leap forward’ in restoring patients’ vision…It’s the leap of transferring science into everyday use for patients” – The Press and Journal, September 28, 2016

“Fresh hope on vision loss” – Evening Times, September 28, 2016

“A new ‘accessible’ treatment could deliver major improvements” – Yorkshire Post, September 28, 2016

“Computer training helps stroke survivors recover vision…NeuroEyeCoach, developed by Florida-based NovaVision, works by helping individuals to re-train their eye movement and make the most of what vision they have left” – Pharma Phorum, September 28, 2016

“The therapy can be viewed as the first evidence based registered medical device accessible to patients at home or in clinical settings” – The Daily Record and Sunday Mail, September 28, 2016

“New clinical study on NeuroEyeCoach conclusively supports meaningful improvement in eye movement efficiency” – International Business Times, September 28, 2016

 

The Study Conclusion:

“NeuroEyeCoach is an effective compensatory approach for those with homonymous visual field loss. The training led to faster visual search times, reduction in the number of errors made, and improvements in reported activities of daily living”.

If you or someone you know can benefit from our vision therapies and would like to get started or want more information you can contact us directly at 888.205.0800 or find out more about our vision therapy suite here