Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
As an ophthalmologist I don't do the eye exercises and really don't know much about what equipment is used. I am also very skeptical about the explanation you have been given that your chronic eye allergies has caused your eye muscles to become "weak" and that exercises are somehow gonna take care of this.
There are a lot of, for lack of a better word, crooks willing to sell you "snake oil" eye exercises. Now understand, I am not trying to tell you that there are not legitimate reasons for using eye exercises but for every 100 recommendations maybe 5 actually need such therapy. The rest of the people are just being ripped off.
So. Where can you go first, to make sure your eye muscles are weak and, second, get rock solid advice on treatment options which, might, include the option of eye exercises should this be indicated?
A major University Hospital teaching program. They are located all around the United States and the World. I don't know where you live, but in the East there is Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, in the South Bascom Palmer in Miami, in the North Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and in the West, USCF in San Francisco.
Does this make sense to you?
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