Eyecarrot Bringing Purposeful Powerful Vision Training to the NBATA Annual Sports Medicine and Product Trade Show

May 17, 2019

We are excited to be bringing Binovi to The National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association’s show on May 18th from 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm CDT at The Palmer House Hilton Exhibit Hall in Chicago.

NBATA and Eyecarrot

Overlapping Goals

Eyecarrot and The National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association (NBATA) are on a similar mission. Eyecarrot is a team of professionals working to create a comprehensive software-based solution for the needs of athletes and organizations like the NBATA – whose players are also their #1 priority.

The NBA may be in entertainment, but to put on the best show, they need their talent to be performing at their best, and always striving for improvement.

Our goal is to help athletes get measurable results more quickly and efficiently than ever before. We are leading the charge in vision therapy – especially when it comes to sports vision – through innovative technical solutions and valuable content, backed by renowned leaders in the profession.

What We Do for Athletes and Trainers

We’ve re-engineered the Wayne Saccadic Fixator – an industry standard for over three decades used to measure and improve visual memory, reaction time, and peripheral vision training – to integrate it with our Binovi platform. Best-in-class charting and data visualization gives you all the power and flexibility you need to analyze trends and progress for your clients over time.

Currently used in over 1,500 practices and offices in over 20 countries, you can learn more by contacting us for further information about the all-new Binovi Touch and sports vision!

We’re proud to have received positive feedback from Olympic gold medalists, award-winning athletes from the Pan-Am Games, and prominent doctors about the ease and accuracy of our product and our commitment to top-notch service.

Discover How Binovi Touch is Revolutionizing Basketball

Raising Shooting Averages, Increasing Rebounds and Passing Accuracy

Golden State Warriors MVP Steph Curry was shooting .436, but since getting contact lenses, his average has gone up to .487. Lebron James’ shooting percentage experienced a similar jump when he got Lasik in 2007 after playing without it for years. The question remains: How has the industry been letting so much time go by without addressing vision health? Missing this critical component has been stifling talent and keeping players’ skills from reaching their fullest potential. We can no longer ignore vision health in sports medicine: it’s crucial for accuracy, depth, agility, and more. It’s time that vision gets the focus it deserves.

Dr. Bernhard Sabel, a neuroscientist at Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, Germany says, With sensory neurons, just like muscles, it’s use it or lose it. This applies both to athletes and the partially blind.” Studies suggest that it’s possible to train yourself to see better without resorting to glasses or surgery.

The proof is beginning to show, clear as day. Point guard Curry has been able to rise to be one of the NBA’s best shooters and an elite passer due to his comprehensive training. This training includes a sports vision therapy program.

From resolving issues in development to performance to rehabilitation, take advantage of powerful features for both vision therapy and vision training. Find out how you can improve your practice and the careers of your athletes, today!

Have questions or would like more information about Binovi Touch? Use the contact form or our website chat box, found on the lower right-hand corner of our website.

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