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Register now for Youth Sports Vision Training Camp in July!

Ready, Set, Summer! The Youth Sports Vision Training Camp at Xtreme Vision is a unique sports camp unlike anything else you will find in Houston. Our sports vision trainers will focus on creating a custom experience for each athlete to help them take their sports vision skills to the next level.


Camp will start with each athlete getting a sports vision assessment to find out where their sports vision skills need improvement. The rest of the week will focus on improving those skills through a customized training experience for each athlete. Sports vision skills each athlete will work on include:

1. Visual Clarity

2. Contrast Sensitivity

3. Depth Perception

4. Near – Far Quickness

5. Perception Span

6. Multiple Object Tracking

7. Reaction Time

8. Target Capture

9. Eye-Hand Coordination

10. Go/No Go (Stress Effect)

11. Anticipation Timing

12. Concentration

13. Initiation Speed

14. Peripheral Awareness

15. Speed and Span of Recognition

16. Eye Alignment

17. Eye Dominance

18. Visual Memory

19. Visual Tracking


Your child will be able to experience how professional athletes, like the Houston Astros, train to get their visual skills to the elite performance level. We welcome athletes from all sports and skill levels!


Space is limited! Register today!

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Updated: Mar 18, 2019


March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! Therefore, it’s a great time not only to raise public awareness about the impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) but also help the public better understand and compassionately respond to this community’s needs. A TBI is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain. The severity of a TBI may range from “mild” to “severe.” Unlike most injuries, those who have sustained a TBI suffer from challenges which tend to be largely invisible. The effects of a TBI may lead to lifelong physical, behavioral, and emotional challenges.


Brain Injury Awareness Month is important to us here at NeuroSensory Center of Bellaire as head injuries have a severe impact on vision. It is our goal during the month of March to spread knowledge and bring awareness to brain injuries and the severe impact they have on the visual system. It is important to remember vision does not bypass repercussion when trauma to the brain occurs. Therefore, visual dysfunctions are closely connected with brain injuries. By addressing visual issues, it can make a HUGE impact on the severity of symptoms TBI patients must deal with. Many who have sustained a brain injury can no longer use their eyes to track correctly for activities like reading or driving; they can also experience symptoms such as poor balance, dizziness, light sensitivity and/or double vision. Luckily, vision problems can be treated with specialized tools and vision therapy to help retrain eye muscles and nerves to rebuild connections.

Vision problems are not always obvious to the outside observer, especially after a brain injury, thus it is important to be evaluated for a neuro-visual assessment after sustaining any type of head injury. If you or someone you know has had a concussion or head trauma and struggles with symptoms of double vision, blurred vision, headaches or feeling visually overwhelmed please schedule an appointment to be evaluated by either Dr. Ann Voss or Dr. Marcia Moore at the NeuroSensory Center of Bellaire


Every 13 seconds, someone in the US sustains a TBI.

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Every athlete knows that all your muscles need to be in top shape, yet the eye muscles are usually ignored. This is a huge problem because 80% of common athletic mistakes are caused by vision errors. Visual skills are vital in every sport, which is why it is important to start working on improving your sports vision skills.


Our sports vision training specifically focuses on bringing your visual skills to an elite performance level. Xtreme Vision’s sports vision trainers use state-of-the-art technology to run our sports vision assessment. We look to see where each athlete needs improvement on the following dynamic visual skills:


1. Visual Clarity

2. Contrast Sensitivity

3. Depth Perception

4. Near – Far Quickness

5. Perception Span

6. Multiple Object Tracking

7. Reaction Time

8. Target Capture

9. Eye-Hand Coordination

10. Go/No Go (Stress Effect)

11. Anticipation Timing

12. Concentration

13. Initiation Speed

14. Peripheral Awareness

15. Speed and Span of Recognition

16. Eye Alignment

17. Eye Dominance

18. Visual Memory

19. Visual Tracking


We develop a customized training program based on each athletes’ sport, position and assessment results. The technology we use to test, train and track our athletes’ progress provides useful data, insights and expert guidance.


Sports vision training is important for any athlete, no matter what level, and we work with Houston area athletes and professional athletes from across the country. Schedule a sports vision assessment today!