Make the Best Use of Your Vision
Many people think visual acuity determines how strong your vision is, but there’s more to it than that. Strong visual skills can increase your eye-hand coordination, improve your reading ability, and generally make using your eyes more comfortable.
Vision therapy can help you develop and improve your visual skills with individualized exercises and therapies—no surgery required. With our help, you might just see the world like you’ve never seen it before.
What Does Vision Therapy Do?
Vision therapy is an evidence-driven program designed to boost key visual skills like object tracking and processing words or images. It can be particularly useful for those with:
- Convergence Insufficiency: A problem that occurs when the eyes don’t coordinate correctly while focusing at near distances.
- Accommodative Insufficiency: A problem that occurs when the eyes have trouble changing to or maintaining focus at near distances.
- Strabismus and Amblyopia: Problems that cause the eyes to look in different directions.
Can Visual Therapy Help Me?
Everyone with eyesight can use visual therapy to safely improve their visual skills. Visual therapy is considered most useful for people with:
What Is Vision Therapy Like?/cu
Visual therapy takes place during several sessions lasting from 30 minutes to 1 hour. We normally schedule the first few sessions at our practice, but many of the exercises we teach you can be done at home once you get used to them.
All in-office sessions are overseen by one of our qualified eye doctors. During these sessions, we may use any of the following tests or tools:
- Eyepatches and other visual occluders
- Therapeutic lenses
- Electronically-timed targets
- Balance boards
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