Young boy having difficulty doing shoolwork


Vision problems can lead to reading & learning issues, even with 20/20 vision.

Young girl affected by Strabismus


We provide a non-invasive, therapeutic approach to treating these conditions.

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From light sensitivity to poor memory, vision problems are common after brain injury.

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Dizziness and imbalance may be signs of a visual problem.

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Understanding Vision

Vision is much more than 20/20 eye sight. Good functional vision involves clarity of vision along with the following:

  • Focusing – changing focus near to far, or maintaining near focus for extended periods of time
  • Eye tracking – accurate movement of the eyes, which is essential in reading and sports
  • Binocular vision – eye-teaming: both eyes pointing together at the correct place in space
    • Double vision is a condition that is often overlooked, but can cause serious avoidance of near work (reading)!
    • Strabismus, or an eye turn, is a binocular vision problem which can be treated with vision therapy
    • Amblyopia, or lazy eye, is also a binocular vision problem which can be treated with vision therapy
  • Visual perception – a big category that includes the following:
    • Visual discrimination, or “just noticeable differences”
    • Visual memory
    • Visual sequential memory – remembering a series of objects, letters or numbers
    • Visual figure ground – such as hidden pictures, or finding an object in a busy room, or even attending to the teacher when the room is full of distractions
    • Visual closure – seeing part of the information and inferring the rest of it
  • Body knowledge – understanding where I am in space
  • Bilateral integration – coordinated movement of both sides of the body
  • Space awareness – understanding where things are in space
  • Eye-hand coordination – letting vision guide your movement, which is essential for proper handwriting and sports activities
  • Vestibular / balance – helping the visual system be the “top dog” of the vestibular triad, which helps with motion sickness, car sickness and head injury rehabilitation

What Our Patients Say

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This is so encouraging!

I have noticed that I am a little bit more aware of the periphery, mostly when outside in the garden, which is a lovely way to start. I am not running my hand on the wall in the hallway, right side like I was doing more than I realized.  I was aware of doing that or having my hand out to right in public places. or getting clipped to the right.  this is so encouraging.  I am 3 years post-MVA so even though I am worlds better, I am aware of what is still problematic.  I am encouraged about the possibilities in vision therapy to help with other sensory issues.

Traumatic Brain Injury March 25, 2021