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About Hyperphoria

More Concern About Hyperphria

Hyperphoria is one topic Dr. Eidal discusses, explaining the damaging effects of one eye focusing higher than the other. When this occurs, reading speed and comprehension are severely affected – directly influencing your ability to read and ultimately your position in life if left untreated. Those most susceptible to such harsh effects are computer operators and schoolchildren.

But with Dr. Eidal’s research, hyperphoria is treatable. Unfortunately, many optometrists are still unfamiliar with how to address this problem and may not even test for it.

For more information on hyperphoria click on the links below for either the

Fresno Bee article, or my pamphlet on hyperphoria.

Hyperphoria Article

Hyperphoria Pamphlet