Test your eyesight with the Brock String
The ARTZT neuro Brock String - named after the Swiss optometrist Frederick W. Brock - is an instrument used in visual therapy. It is used here in the treatment of convergence problems and other problems with binocular vision.
How does this work? One end of the Brock String is held to the tip of the nose, the other is fixed to a fixed point, for example by being held in someone's hand.
The colorful balls are lined up at different distances along the string. Now the view is focused on one of the spheres. Due to the different distances, different scenarios can be tested and trained.
The exercises can be carried out under the supervision of a therapist or trainer or simply on your own.
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In order to act sustainably and to continue to use existing packaging and instructions, it may well happen that a neuro product still bears its original ARTZT vitality label.
However, you can be sure that this does not cause any disadvantage. These are the same high-quality products in the usual quality.