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Optometric Phototherapy

Syntonics (optometric light therapy) uses visible light frequencies (color), through the eyes, in the treatment of visual dysfunctions, including strabismus (eye turns), amblyopia (lazy eye), focusing and convergence problems, learning disorders, and the after effects of stress and trauma. Other light therapies are used by the medical community to treat a variety of disorders from the “bili” lights used on jaundiced newborns to the more recent psychiatric use of while light for treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Not all retinal (light-sensitive) nerves in the eyes serve vision. Some connect the retina directly to non-visual brain centers such as the hypothalamus and pineal gland. These centers influence electrical, chemical and hormonal balances which affect all body functions including vision. The goal of Syntonics to create balance within our nervous system to allow optimal visual processing.

The following symptoms are indicators that you may be a candidate for Syntonics:

Double Vision


Eye Strain or Fatigue


Reduced peripheral or side vision


Light Sensitivity




Poor attention span or concentration


Problems falling asleep or staying asleep


Feelings of anxiety in crowded spaces


Night vision problems


Reduced understanding of what you are reading


Problems with near work


Impaired coordination and balance