Who Benefits from Vision Therapy
From the very young to the elderly, people of all ages have experienced the profound difference vision therapy can make in visual comfort, performance and quality of life. Students with learning disabilities, office workers suffering from constant eye strain, patients recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury, even athletes wishing to enhance their reaction times and coordination—anyone diagnosed with a vision problem or variable visual performance may potentially benefit from vision therapy (VT).
For some people, difficulties in reading, writing or learning are actually the result of a hidden vision problem. Using vision therapy to treat these problems, we help patients to improve eye movement and focusing skills, eye-hand coordination, convergence, visual memory skills, as well as other areas of their vision, for a more enjoyable and successful learning experience. Read More
Vision can be compromised for those suffering from neurological disorders, trauma to the central nervous system, or brain injuries, such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, birth injury, brain damage, head injury, whiplash, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis (MS), or other conditions. Our experts effectively treat these visual consequences, from mild to severe, using vision therapy. Read More
Our eyes are meant to work together, as a team. This is binocular vision. When binocular vision fails, performance may suffer in reading, sports, driving, depth perception, eye contact and… read more.
More than ever before, people rely on near vision for daily life at school, work and home. This prolonged use of technology and other environmental stresses on the… read more.
Recent scientific research funded by the National Eye Institute and conducted at Mayo Clinic has proven that in-office vision therapy is the most effective treatment available for convergence… read more.
Vision therapy can be extremely beneficial in the treatment of developmental delays, visual perceptual/visual motor deficits, attention deficit disorders and autism spectrum… read more.
The cure rates for turned eyes and lazy eye are much higher when vision therapy (VT) programs are used, as compared to eye surgery, glasses, and/or patching without use of VT. Although… read more.
Strong visual skills are critical to success in sports. Through vision therapy, we can measure and improve eye-hand coordination, visual reaction time, peripheral vision… read more.