Colorimetry and Binocular stability

A carefully chosen tint has been proven to improve reading speeds in people who are thought to be dyslexic. This has been tested against a placebo and found to be significantly advantageous. Intuitive Colourimetry is the process we use to select the correct tint for the correct person. People thought to be dyslexic often show binocular instability at a rate much more common than in the general population. Identifying and managing binocular instability is known as the tracking test.

At our Erdington practice we have intuitive colouritmetry and tracking tests available at a small extra fee.