What Is It?
Vision therapy is a type of physical therapy for the eyes and brain. It is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems found in children and adults.
Depending On The Case, Vision Therapy Procedures Are Prescribed To:
Help patients develop or improve fundamental visual skills and reading performance.
Improve visual comfort, relieve eye strain, headaches and double vision.
Change how a patient processes or interprets visual information.
What To Expect?
One-on-one sessions with a trained vision therapist.
Individualized in-office therapy 1-2 times per week.
- Periodic progress evaluations monitored by the doctor.
To view our Symptoms Checklist and see if there is a missing piece to the puzzle CLICK HERE. If you or your child are experiencing any of the symptoms listed, he or she should be evaluated by an optometrist who specializes in vision therapy.
“I had definite expectations when Austin started vision therapy. All of those expectations were met or exceeded. At the start of therapy Austin would not read willingly and if he had to read, it was a huge struggle for him and he didn’t comprehend a lot of it. Now he reads by choice, understands what he is reading and even enjoys it! Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
Salesha O. (patient’s mom)
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