Not all of the light-sensitive nerves in the eyes are used for vision.

Some connect the retina at the back of the eye directly to non-visual brain centres such as the hypothalamus and pineal gland. These centres influence chemical, hormonal and electrical balances, which affect all body functions including vision. Years of research have demonstrated that certain selected light frequencies (colours), applied by way of the eyes to these centres, can produce beneficial results not only within vision, but also in the body.

Diagnosis is carried out by our consultant Optometrist, Mr Alastair Wade. Patients are diagnosed by symptoms, vision evaluation, visual/motor performance and peripheral vision sensitivity. If syntonics therapy is found to be appropriate, they are treated by way of their eyes with selected visible light seen as colours.

The colours diagnosed for treatment are specific to the individual and a specialised programme will be designed.

For further information or to book a consultation please contact us.