The Ahwatukee News ** October 2 , 1991
By Clay Shad
Dr. Eger's Success
With Sports Vision Enhancement Therapy As Shown On
Optometrist Dr. Jeffrey Eger is
having phenomenal success with his sports vision enhancement therapy.
* The "6-STEP PROCEDURE FOR VISUALLY
EFFECIENT PUTTING" video is
Before I came to Dr. Eger, I was told by the top corneal specialist in
Arizona that I needed a corneal transplant due to an eye disease,
keratoconus. Within one
month of working with Dr. Eger, I had recovered my vision using
orthokeratology lenses and lifestyle changes. Now it is seven years later, and I never needed that surgery!
Dr. Eger has a wealth of knowledge, and his background as a
teacher allows him to explain ideas simply.
Unlike traditional optometrists, Dr. Eger empowers the patient to
improve their vision by putting them back in control of their health.
Dr. Eger is also very impassioned about his field and cares
deeply about his patients. If
you care at all about your visual health, make an appointment with Dr.
Eger today. It certainly
changed my life!
Several years ago I started ortho-k with Dr. Eger. Two weeks after
I started I threw away my glasses and started using contacts
exclusively. I wear my lenses probably on the average, 12 hours a
week. I take a flight physical every 2 years. My medical
certificate used to say, "must use corrective lenses".
After ortho-k it read, "must carry reading glasses while operating
aircraft". This year there were no restrictions. The
physical was on my 66th birthday. I wear lenses while watching TV
in the evening two or three times a week. I also wear them when
going to the Suns games. That's it.
Republic Sports **
By Jim Gintonio
For years, Dr.
Jeff Eger, an optometrist, was nagged by a question:
RESULTS INFORMATION By Dr. EGER
REGARDING THIS ARTICLE
Kevin Barclay, after orthokeratology and sports vision therapy (perceptual optimized performance treatment), improved his unaided sight to 20/60, expanded his peripheral vision and enhanced his focusing efficiency. The most amazing results were Kevin dropped his golf handicap to a +1, and won the 1991 America West Employees Golf Tournament as the low medal. In 1996, when I last saw him, he was still a +1 handicap. Shortly after this article he got his commercial pilot's license. It's great to see people reach their dreams!
GOLF WORLD MAGAZINE ** 1991
Senior PGA Tour
Have It: Chi Chi Rodriguez was somewhat less
than delighted with his putting Sunday in the GTE West Capital Classic,
but he made birdie putts when he needed them most, 3 in the last 6
holes. His nerves weren't always so solid.
The essence of this article, in Dr.
Eger's opinion, is very profound for improving your vision skills such as
sight and peripheral vision in Chi Chi's success. He got back to
seeing the big picture to perform in the feeling state (intuition or
instincts), and trusted what his eyes told him to do. The 16 champions
that we saw develop into visually intuitive and instinctual athletes
played by feel, were automatic, and overrode the restrictions of
thought. When all 7 Skills of Vision were improved and the 6 Step
Putting Procedure for visually efficient putting were instilled, they saw
easy, felt easy, and played to true potential. Dr.
Eger's two favorite tips and expressions to his top champion athletes:
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