Skip to main content

Dear Valued Patient, At Shelburne Primary EyeCare, the health and safety of our patients and employees is our top concern.

OUR OFFICE IS NOW CLOSED.
We are currently triaging urgent care patients by phone or email only (phone: 519-925-3320, email: info@shelburneeyecare.ca).

March 19, 2020: The directive for Health Care Providers from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health states all non-essential elective services should cease until further notice. In the meantime, if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as a cough, fever, or are experiencing breathing difficulties, please contact Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000, your local public unit, or your primary care physician.

Please stay safe, healthy, and connected for any updates as this situation is changing rapidly.
Shelburne Primary EyeCare Team

accessible transparent black

Text Size: +Reset-
Neuro-Optometry
Dry Eye

accessible transparent white2

Text Size: +Reset-

Menu
Located at First Ave, across from the Post Office and the Legion
Home » Sports Vision Training » Sports Vision Blog

Sports Vision Blog

basketball

Sink That Buzzer Beater With Sports Vision Training

March Madness is approaching and every college basketball player is dreaming of scoring the last 3-pointer that will win the game. However, to beat the buzzer one needs exceptional skills, including above-average visual skills. Learn how sports vision training can help.
Read More
man-holding-football-and-football-uniform-in-black-140039

The Vision Skills Needed for Quarterbacks to Succeed 

It takes much more than physical strength, speed, and a competitive spirit to be an excellent quarterback. The skills required by an elite football player— those that make the difference between a capable and an extraordinary athlete—rely on their visual abilities. Discover how sports vision training can help.
Read More
winter-skiing-blog-image

How Do I Ski Better? It All Starts With Vision!

To be an excellent skier, you need strong visual skills, such as depth perception and peripheral vision.  By undergoing vision therapy, you'll be able to ski better, faster and safer.
Read More