8 Rite Time 2-way Make It Rite Mirror for face down vitrectomy eye sight recovery (8 wide x 4 tall) Description
Size:8 inches wide x 4 inches tall Favorite size for ease of use and optimal visual field. EXCEPT with OakworksÂ® brand chair, then the 6.25′ TALL mirror works better With the Make It Rite Mirror, while maintaining prescribed necessary, strict facedown positioning to regain optimal eyesight: Watch TV without lifting your head up; Enjoy 2-way eye contact; Participate in life; Enjoy independence. The 2-way mirror allows a person to see what is happening in the world around themselves without lifting their head. Everything is right side up and print readable (not backwards). Background: The vitrectomy facedown recovery mirror is designed for people who are required to maintain face down positioning following a vitrectomy eye surgery to repair a macular hole or detached retina. The Make It Rite Mirror was invented by Al Heitz and Sandra Willwater in 1994 and has been used by thousands of vitrectomy patients to successfully regain their eyesight. The Make It Rite Mirror allows a person maintaining prescribed face down positioning to see whatâs happening in the world around, whether watching TV with everything right side up and print readable (not backwards), have eye contact / 2-way conversations with family and friends, walk through the house and see whatâs in the cupboards, go out for walks, enjoy living your independent life. Use the Make It Rite Mirror to LIVE LIFE while maintaining necessary prescribed face down positioning. PLEASE contact Rite Time directly with any questions or concerns, and definitely before returning the mirror. We can often help you get the best use of this important device for successful eyesight recovery.