AN innovative eye scan device to monitor brain injury for sportspeople is being used on the Mornington Peninsula and giving improved indication of date-to-test eye health.
The device replaces the “follow my finger” test for ocular motor function and captures 1200 data points on eye movements in 10 seconds.
The EyeGuide non-invasive test enables users to capture, chart, and analyse objective data to better understand overall wellness of the eye.
Community Bank Southern Peninsula gave $3250 to Rye Junior Football Club, for half the cost of the equipment to monitor and identify head knocks that may result in concussion.
The device will enable tests to be recorded and then compared to the base scan for all players of football, netball and cricket both at senior and junior levels.
EyeGuide Focus is mobile and easy to use in any setting.