Vision Therapy
    Vision Therapy sessions include procedures designed to enhance the brain's ability to control:
  • Eye alignment
  • Eye teaming
  • Eye focusing abilities
  • Eye movements
  • Visual processing

Visual-motor skills and endurance are developed through the use of specialized computer software and optical devices, including therapeutic lenses, prisms, and filters

Who benefits from vision therapy

Learning-related Vision Problems. Vision Therapy can help those individuals who lack the necessary visual skills for effective reading, writing, and learning

Poor Binocular (2-eyed) Coordination. Vision Therapy helps individuals develop normal coordination and teamwork of the two eyes (binocular vision).

Amblyopia (lazy eye), Diplopia (double vision), and Strabismus (cross-eyed, wandering eye, eye turns, etc.) Vision Therapy programs offer much higher cure rates for turned eyes and/or lazy eye when compared to eye surgery, glasses, and/or patching, without therapy. The earlier the patient receives Vision Therapy the better.

Visual Rehabilitation for Special Needs - Cerebral palsy, Developmental Delays, Visual Perceptual Visual-Motor Deficits, Attention Deficit Disorders, Dyslexia, Autism Spectrum Disorders

General Enhancement of Visual Abilities for School Going Children to Improve Over All Performance

Eye Strain Headaches, and/or Vision-induced Stomachaches or Motion Sickness.

Environmental stresses on the visual system (including excessive computer use or close work)

Visual Rehabilitation for Special Needs - Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke, Birth Injury, Brain Damage, Head Injury, Whiplash, Cerebral Palsy, etc.

Vision Therapy can effectively treat the visual consequences of brain trauma (including double vision, spatial disorientation, ocular motor dysfunction, problems with eye-hand/eye-foot coordination and etc.)