The following organizations all provide products and services for the
purpose of improving naked-eye vision. They
are not affiliated with
, nor is their listing
here intended as an endorsement of the services and products provided.
Behavioral or "Vision Training" Optometrists
These organizations can
refer you to a licensed Doctor of Optometry who prescribes behavioral therapy
for the eyes. As optometrists, they are licensed to prescribe lenses as well.
They vary considerably in philosophy. Some are
doctors who use exercises to treat cross eye, but still only prescribe glasses
for nearsightedness. Others do contact-lens therapy (Ortho-K, PCM) and market
it as a "natural" alternative to glasses. Very few of them are actively
involved in the cause of better eyesight without glasses, but most of them
are sympathetic, and will be more likely than other eye doctors to be helpful
when you come saying you want specially underprescribed "training glasses".
Biofeedtrac Inc. (Joseph N. Trachtman, OD, PhD)
7120 Woodlawn Avenue N.E.
Seattle, WA 98115
(Makers of Accommotrac and Intrac biofeedback devices)
The School for Perfect Eyesight
3, Rue Saint Louis (Upstairs)
Sri Aurobindo Ashram P.O.
Tel: (91) 0413 37156
Universal Vision Enlightenment (Peter Fairbanks)
PO Box 710
Ph: (053) 312122
Mobile: 0419 364124
Fax: (053) 317336
(A wide range of holistic and optometric products and services for vision improvement, including educational materials and workshops, light and color therapy, and therapeutic prescription lenses)