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.

Brain locations colored differently


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

Man holding head with disorientating background


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

Zachary working on a visual exercise with blocks of different shapes and sizes

Dr. Carter was always so upbeat and caring!

Dr. Carter was always so upbeat, caring and really worked hard to connect with Zachary and incorporate ideas that would work well with his sensory issues.  She had to be creative and figure out how to motivate him when this was not a pleasant task for him.

Zachary's Parents Sensory Processing Disorder March 24, 2021

Johnny with his graduation cap and certificate

We love Dr. Carter!

She carefully planned out eye therapies and exercises for our son enabling him to improve his challenging eye disability tremendously. When we started with Dr. Carter our son’s eye tracking was among the lowest percentile in the population, but when we finished his ability to track correctly was among the highest percentiles! Dr. Carter personally crafted a regime and homework schedule that helped our son overcome his visual challenges and truly make a lifelong improvement with his vision. Moreover, she made the entire experience enjoyable for our 7 year old so he could enjoy the process and personally revel in his weekly improvements. We wish all doctors were this balanced: effective in their craft, personalized in their plans, fully committed to improving the lives of their patients.

John & Shiho B Vision Therapy Sessions March 25, 2021

Happy young lady


I love that InSight VT was welcoming & friendly to our whole family… I also love that the approach here was so whole body and fun-focused. Exercises were scaled just right in difficulty to keep my daughter progressing without frustration

May 4, 2021

Testimonial from VT Grad, J.B., while holding her graduation certificate

Hard work pays off!

Can we be honest? Vision Therapy is sometimes hard work. And we understand that! Here is a patient who was making improvements in VT, but after a while, she was burning out. She returned after a 4-month break, and since then we’ve seen HUGE changes in confidence and memory!! Her mom says she “can follow directions better, read better, has an easier time with a lot of things.” Congrats to this hard-working graduate!!

JB Vision therapy graduate 2020 April 13, 2021

Testimonial from VT Grad, E.B., posing with her graduation certificate

First Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020!

Here’s our first Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020! This sweet girl brightens the room wherever she goes. She’s seen improvement in reading, tracking, and spelling. Oh, the places she will go!!

EB Vision therapy graduate 2020 April 13, 2021