Tritheia is comprehensive vision therapy software written by Levi Zurcher OD FCOVD. It runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
What does it do?
Use the software at the office and provide access for patients to use it at home.
User Management: Edit patient information, assign doctors and therapists.
Activity Management: Create your own activities (both traditional and computerized.) Edit instructions, activity parameters, documentation templates, and report templates. Freely share these activities with others.
Program Sequencing: Create and customize therapy programs for each patient. Create preset programs to start with.
Create your own word lists, stories, and images (for anaglyphs and presentation.) Share them with others.
Keep track of equipment you check-out.
Generate reports to monitor patient progress and compliance.
Is it an alternative to traditional vision therapy?
No. This software was designed to help enhance and modernize a vision therapy practice rather than replace it.
Our visual systems were designed to guide the movement of our whole body in real space. While there are some activities that are well-suited to the computer, we shouldn’t rely on it exclusively.
What’s with the weird name and logo?
Theia was the ancient Greek goddess of vision. The triple spiral logo is a triskelion, an ancient symbol that was used in Greece, but dates back to the neolithic era. It fits well with the visual process, which has three main purposes: perception of form, perception of space, and balance/body posture. It also fits well with vision as a dynamic and developed/learned ability, which why we can improve it with vision therapy!