The RAD Prism is a patented invention to address the symptoms of dyslexia which cause difficulty in mastering reading fluency and comprehension.
The RAD Prism does not require a prescription and provides no correction of any known medical condition. The RAD Prism simply allows the brain to correctly interpret data that are misread due to facial asymmetry.
The right eye of most people who have dyslexia is located farther from the center line of the face than the dominant left eye, resulting in the eyes sending uncoordinated data signals to the brain while reading. The brain of the person with dyslexia cannot routinely compensate for this difference and struggles to coordinate the data, causing a slow labored reading pattern with limited comprehension.
The RAD Prism is designed to offset the difference in eye placement to relieve the brain’s struggle to coordinate the data.