Vision Therapy

Who Benefits? Learning-related  -  Dyslexia  -  ADHD  -  Reading Problems  -  Eye Tracking
Binocular Vision Lazy Eye  -  Convergence Insufficiency  -  Depth Perception Double Vision
Cross-eyed, Eye Turns  -  Visual Rehab  -  Special Needs  -  Developmental Delays  -  Brain Injured
Autism Spectrum Disorders  -  Stroke  -  Stress-related  -  Visual Stress with Reading and Computers
Blurry Vision at Near  -  Headaches Motion Sickness  -  Sports Vision and Hand-Eye Coordination


What is Vision Therapy?

Vision Therapy is a program devoted to developing, improving and enhancing visual performance when lenses alone are insufficient. By training the visual system, symptoms such as headaches, double vision, falling asleep when reading, eye fatigue, dizziness, inablity to sustain focus, crossed eyes, wall eyes or lazy eyes can be treated. Poor school and sport performance and low self-esteem may also be indications or underlying visual problems which can be addressed with vision therapy.

Who Benefits from Vision Therapy?

Children and adults with visual challenges, such as:
Vision Therapy can be the answer to many visual problems. Don't hesitate to contact our office with your questions.

To read definitions of Vision Therapy by outside sources, see What is Vision Therapy? and/or Vision Therapy? Self-help Eye Exercises?. To browse through hundreds of stories writtten by parents, teachers, adults and children, go to a national of catalog of Vision Therapy Success Stories. To browse through hundreds of stories by parents, teachers, adults and children, go to a national of catalog of Vision Therapy Success Stories.

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