Videocomputer vision correction is used for:
Restoration of visual acuity in all forms of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism
Treatment of all forms of the "lazy eye" - amblyopia: dysbinocular, anisometropic, refractive, obscurant, as well as associated with amblyopia strabismus and nystagmus
Rehabilitation of patients with glaucoma, optic nerve atrophy, age-related macular degeneration, retinal dystrophy - as a way to improve visual function and prolong clear vision
Treatment of accommodation spasm - not medicamentally and in combination with special medicines Treatment of spasm of accommodation - not medicamentally and in combination with special medications
Treatment of age-long-sightedness - to stabilize the vision near a high level
Prevention and control of asthenopia (headaches, fatigue, feelings of heaviness and "sand in the eyes" with a long work at the computer)
Quicker recovery of vision after surgery
The therapeutic effect of video-computer vision correction is achieved by using the body's own potential and is based on the principle of Biofeedback technology (biofeedback). In real time, continuous monitoring of the performance of the brain, and a special device, the "physiological indicator" - controls them. The patient receives information about his physiological state, controls the processes that occur in his body "automatically", and the computer serves as a kind of mirror, allowing him to adjust his vision and learn to look at the world "correctly."
The method of videocomputer vision correction is absolutely safe and comfortable for the patient - he just sits in a comfortable chair in front of the monitor, where an interesting film or cartoon is shown, while special sensors register brain biocurrents (electroencephalogram). The electroencephalogram is analyzed using a special program, i.e. the work of brain cells responsible for visual functions is evaluated by a computer, and, depending on this rating, the image either shows up or goes out. If changes in the work of the visual centers of the brain are evaluated as positive, the patient continues to watch the film, if the visual system of the brain starts to work worse, the film disappears from the screen. Thus, turning on and off the screen serves as a clue to the patient's brain, in which cases it works "well," and in which cases it does not. For the brain to learn to look "right", and visual acuity has increased, it is necessary to conduct 10-20 such exercises, and the first improvements, as a rule, begin to be noticeable after 5-7 procedures.
The effectiveness of video-computer vision correction is proved in numerous studies of Russian and foreign ophthalmologists. This technique is used in the Medical Center for the Administration of Affairs of the President of the Russian Federation, MNTK "Eye Microsurgery", the Moscow Clinical Ophthalmology Hospital, the St. Petersburg State Medical Pediatric Academy, the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), the Polytechnic University in Cambridge (Great Britain) and others .
In Sochi, a pioneer in the treatment of eye diseases, using the biofeedback technique, was the Myis Vidny sanatorium and its doctors Olga Valerianovna Gudko and Olga Klyatskaya, who since the beginning of the 2000s have successfully restored sight to thousands of residents and guests of the resort.
To get on the course of video-computer vision correction, it is obligatory to consult an ophthalmologist, which can be obtained directly from the sanatorium.