Developing Children's Vision and Enhancing Adult Performance
Vision Therapy is used to treat:
- Eye Focusing
- Eye Tracking
- Eye-Hand Coordination
- Sports Vision
- Computer-Related Vision Problems
- Crossed or Wandering Eyes
- Amblyopia (lazy eye)
- Depth Perception
- Visual Sensory Integration
- Vision Processing relating to Reading and Learning Problems
Do you experience tired eyes, difficulty focusing, blurred vision, double vision or eye strain?
Our vision therapy center is devoted to developing, improving, and enhancing visual skills including focusing, tracking, eye alignment and coordination.
Please register on-line through our secure system so that the doctor can review your information prior to your appointment. If you prefer, you can also print out online forms to bring with you – click here to print forms.
Insurance & Financing
Will insurance cover this type of treatment?
Visual perceptual therapy for learning issues or educational problems is not covered under health plans. Some health insurance plans may cover a portion of the evaluation and treatment if there is a specific eye muscle problem. We do not bill insurance, but will assist you in the process of seeking reimbursement.
Vision Therapy Q&A With Our Doctors
Vision therapy is an individualized treatment plan prescribed by a Doctor of Optometry. It is used to treat eye conditions, such as strabismus (eye turn) or amblyopia (“lazy eye”). Through Vision Therapy, a Doctor of Optometry also teaches, improves and/or reinforces important visual skills, such as eye tracking, eye focusing and eye teaming abilities. Without these visual skills, simple tasks like reading or copying notes from the board become difficult. Skipping words or lines while reading, using a finger while reading, blurry near vision, double vision, eyestrain and/or eye fatigue are also common symptoms.
If your child displays symptoms of strabismus (eye turn), amblyopia (“lazy eye”), skipping words or lines while reading, using a finger while reading, blurry near vision, double vision, eyestrain and/or eye fatigue, it is suggested your child has a complete eye exam from a Doctor of Optometry. If symptoms persist or the Doctor of Optometry recommends Vision Therapy, then a Vision Therapy assessment is the next step. The doctor will perform a thorough one-on-one assessment and will determine which conditions are present, whether Vision Therapy is suitable, the type of eye exercises required and the number of sessions needed.
Please call your primary care optometrist or 911 for eye emergencies. You may also contact our office at: 303-443-2257 for further instructions during business hours.
- Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:15 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:15 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 6:15 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:15 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:15 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Sunday: Closed
Please contact us with any questions you might have at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This workshop provides hands-on experience in performing examination procedures to test vision in infants, toddlers, and developmentally delayed patients. Specific techniques developed for pediatric eye examinations will be practiced to assess visual function and perceptual processing. Participants will learn testing protocol, scoring, and interpretation. This course will emphasize clinical observations and how to make age-appropriate modifications of optometric testing.
Keywords: Pediatric Testing, Infant, Toddler, Vision Development, Vision Examination
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The development of vision starts with healthy eyes and good eyesight. However, that is not all we need to see comfortably, accurately, and efficiently. We need to understand what and where we are seeing things. During infancy and time as a toddler, we learn to use our vision to explore colors, shapes, objects, people and develop depth perception and coordination. Learn more about vision development here.