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Who Benefits from Vision Therapy?

Vision Therapy can help those individuals who lack the necessary visual skills for reading, writing and learning (i.e. eye movement and focusing skills, convergence, eye-hand coordination, visual memory skills, etc.).

Children and adults with visual challenges, such as the ones listed below, can benefit from vision therapy.

1. LEARNING-RELATED VISION PROBLEMS

Dyslexia
Eyes tire quickly when reading
Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD) - unable to focus on task for any length of time
Frequent loss of place when reading (Eye Tracking problem, Eye Teaming problem) 

2. TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY RELATED EYE PROBLEMS

Eye Turn
Double vision
Visual field loss 
Memory problems
Attention and concentration difficulty
Headaches with visual tasks

3. AUTISM and SPECIAL NEEDS

Poor eye contact
Poor hand-eye coordination
Attention and concentration difficulty

4. SPORT CONCUSSIONS

Drowsiness, inability to focus on task
Poor balance and coordination,etc...
Vision Performance Optometric Center uses ImPACT- a computerized concussion evaluation system- to diagnose and treat athletes with concussions 

To see if you can benefit from vision therapy, call one of our two locations for an evaluation. Also, fill out this visual symptom questionnaire and submit it to help us understand your symptoms better.