Q: What Is VAPEC? A: Vision and Athletic Performance Enhancement Center.
Q: What does the center do? A: The Center has multiple applications for various vision related problems.
1. Works with athletes to improve athletic performance from high school level to professional and Olympics athletes. Athletes develop faster reaction time, more in zone mindset and enhanced peripheral vision and awareness and, at times helps athletes to achieve slow motion phenomenon in which actions appear to be significantly slowing down.
2. Helps kids with ADD be more attentive and perform better in the classroom venue.
3. Improves vision of people with macula degeneration and low vision problems.
4. Can reduce or eliminate nearsightedness in a non-invasive way.
5. Improves vision of people with amblyopia(lazy eye) and age is not a limiting factor.
6. Assists people with stroke and closed head injuries to improve vision and field loss.
Q: Who is the Center Director? A: Dr. Jeff Magun, Optometrist.
A: Fellow of The American Academy of Optometry, Co-recipient of research funds from the The National Eye Institute, private practice since 1969 and Vision Director for Special Olympics in South Carolina.
Q: How long does it take to participate in this program? A: Normally, 6 weeks composed of one, one hour session per week for the sports program, amblyopia(lazy eye) treatment and ADD treatment. For other issues, it may take up to 10 weeks.
Q: What does he use? A: THE ACCOMMOTRAC® VISION TRAINER
Q: What are the costs? A: $100.00 per session for all issues except for amblyopia(lazy eye) treatment, which requires half hour sessions. Therefore, it is $50.00 per session.