Vision Therapy

Vision: More Than 20/20

Vision is more than 20/20 eyesight. Nearly all humans are born with the potential for good eyesight, but vision – the ability to identify, interpret, and understand what is seen – is learned and developed, starting from birth.

With the involvement of over 20 different processes, it is inevitable that many children are struggling in life due to poorly developed visual skills. Fortunately, vision therapy is the ideal approach for improving these skills.

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Vision Thearpy for Child

What is Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems such as lazy eye (amblyopia), crossed eyes (strabismus), double vision, convergence insufficiency, and vision conditions that interfere with learning.

Individually prescribed in-office sessions introduce a sequence of therapeutic procedures that develop efficient visual skills and visual processing. Specialized lenses, filters, occluders, instruments and digital programs are utilized to maximize benefits by ensuring all visual skills are fully integrated at an automated level.

Vision Skills Improvement

When both eyes fail to work together as an effective team, performance in many areas can suffer. Our Vision Therapy program helps children develop the specific visual skills they need to be more successful in school and in life.

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Visual Skills We Address

Crossed eyes, lazy/wandering eye (strabismus), and convergence insufficiency

Reduced acuity (amblyopia), difficulty refocusing near and far, and maintaining clear focus (accommodation)

Reduced visual pursuits/tracking skills, peripheral visual field neglect, and involuntary stuttering of the eyes (nystagmus)

Poor eye-hand coordination, difficulty catching/hitting a ball, sloppy handwriting, difficulty crossing the midline, and poor balance and/or klutzy type behaviors

Schedule an Appointment Today to See if Vision Therapy is Right for Your Child! 619.222.2020

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