We offer products to treat the patient through two main modes.
Focal - Local Syntonic Penlight Stimulation for the Optometrist needing precision in their treatment.
Syntonic Filter Goggles - Ideal for in-office and at home treatment regimens. These are based on Syntonic principles where the first filter in a combination of filters is closest to the eye.
SYNTONIC FOCAL - LOCAL PRODUCTS
Local-Focal Syntonic Optometry is a method applying specific light wavelengths to extrinsic muscle points, as other vision points on the body to bring about an energetic balance to improve visual function. It has been tested on a variety of vision problems, with Syntonic Optometric testing before and after to determine the immediate response.
We offer two Focal - Local Syntonic Penlights:
We offer a wide array of filter combinations.
The SYntonac Local-Focal line is developed by Yvonne Frei, FO and Stefan Collier, FO.
SYNTONIC FILTERED GOGGLES
We offer a wide variety of filter combinations to meet the specific needs of each individual patient. We also produce Nascentization goggles for Local and/or Non Local stimulation.
We offer a truly precise product.
We offer two frame designs:
Foxy is our stylish general filter goggle. It allows a wider peripheral stimulation during therapy. It is a wonderful design for most treatment protocols.
Boxy is our specialty goggle specifically designed with a therapeutic component. It is designed to control the amount of light entering the eyes, helping to rebuild the structure in the injured visual system.
We offer the Foxy and Boxy frame designs in three different color frames:
Why three different color frames?
Stefan Collier, FO has discovered that White, Grey and Black frames have a different influence on Magno cellular processing during Syntonic Optometric therapy.
The white frame gives a more stimulating impulse to the Magno cellular processing.
The grey frame gives a more balanced - neutral impulse to the Magno cellular processing.
The black frame gives a more relaxing impulse to the Magno cellular processing.