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Agape Institute Introduces Eye Movement Technology

Dr. Stephen Conicellochiropractor and chief of staff at AGAPE Institute of Functional Health and Chiropractic, in Coatesville, has introduced RightEye, an eye movement assessing technology that helps the doctor to determine if a condition or ailment in the brain or body is being created by abnormal micro-eye movements. Abnormal eye movements could be the cause of: bowel problems, thyroid conditions, attention-deficit disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, foggy brain, headaches/migraines, post-concussion syndrome, anxiety, depression, movement disorders and more. 


Most of the information that our brain receives is through our eyes,” explains Conicello. “Our brain makes decisions for our entire body, based off of the movements of our eyes. At our institute, we have a passion to help people become well. If you have been suffering with a condition that no doctor has given you help or hope with, dig deeper with RightEye to find out why.” 


Conicello received extensive postdoctoral education over the past 15 years in clinical and functional neurology, child developmental disorders, clinical and functional medicine and clinical and functional nutrition. 



Cost: $97 (valued at $697). Limited to the first 20 people during the month of June. Location: 735 Fox Chase, in the Highlands Corp. Center, Coatesville. To make an appointment, call 484-593-0882. For more information, email or visit 

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