The Bates method of orthoptics is based on the theories of American ophthalmologist William Horatio Bates (1860-1931). Bates believed that the cause of visual problems was strain, and that vision can be improved by exercise.
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Bates Association for Vision Education
Information about the Bates Method for better eyesight without glasses. Discussion of multiple vision conditions and what can be done outside conventional treatment.
Information on the Bates Method. Introduction, library including "Perfect Sight Without Glasses" and "Better Eyesight" magazine. Downloads to "swing" computer screens or windows.
The Cure of Imperfect Sight by Treatment Without Glasses
A process for improving vision which applies the principles of the Alexander Technique to the Bates Method.
Nonprofit, informational site dedicated to the Bates Method of vision education, a method to restore eyesight naturally, without surgery, drugs, or glasses.