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What Is Vision Therapy?

Vision Therapy is a process where the brain and the eyes are taught to work together more effectively. There are many elements in play with vision such as eye tracking, eye teeming, and eye focusing. Vision Therapy works like physical therapy where the therapists works at the patients pace to help them achieve their goals.
Vision Therapy Is Used For:

  • Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
  • Strabismus (Eye Allignments, wandering eye, cross eyes)
  • Binocular Vision Problems (Slight issues that cause eye strain and fatigue)
  • Accomadative Focusing/Function (Problems related to strain caused from focusing.
  • Vision Issues due to stroke, brain injuries, and developmental issues.

 

Know someone who could benefit from Vision Therapy?  Learn to identify the signs to look for here!


Vision Therapy is intended to make the visual system more efficient.  Dr. Faith Schneider and her team tailor each patient’s therapy to enhance their specific abilities and needs.  For more information, schedule an appointment with your eye care provider, and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.