The Spatial Board was suggested by Dr. Streff as a way of quantifying and recording spatial localization shifts with patients.
Dr. Kraskin utilized similar assessment of a patient’s spatial localization in order to determine the amount and direction of yoked prisms to prescribe.
The VTE Spatial Localization Board is desidned for clinical efficiency to allow behaviuoral optometrist to quickly assess a patient’s spatial localization in real space and time: determine X, Y, and Z axis spatial warps in 9 primary meridians.
Record patient responses for pre and post test data ( especially good for documenting mid-line shifts in TBI and strabismic patients ) and quantify immediate effects of lenses and prisms.
VTA has realized a professional instrument with a modern, practical and functional design. It can be used by children and adults as well.
The board touches the face is soft and comfortable, while the supports on the shoulders are ergonomics thanks to a spongy supports that have a st