Alona M. King, FCOVD
Board Certified: Vision Therapy and Visual Rehabilitation
HAS RETIRED FROM PRIVATE PRACTICE
For expert vision care in Idaho Falls contact:
Dr. Daniel G. Nielson
Idaho Vision Development Center
1536 Midway Avenue
Ammon, ID 83406
Specialty Vision Practice
with Specialties in:
of Post Cataract Patients
Dr. Alona King has retired from private practice after 45+ years of providing primary and specialized vision care in Idaho Falls. Dr. Kings is currently teaching and working with schools in Idaho Falls.
To find the same type of speciality vision care, including vision therapy and visual rehabilitation, see Dr Daniel G. Nielson in nearby Ammon, ID.
Just as Dr. King did, Dr. Daniel G. Nielson specializes in pediatric vision
care and special needs eye care -- the evaluation and treatment of visual performance problems
for infants, pre-school, school-aged children, seniors...all ages. Individualized in-office
vision therapy programs and home programs are
provided to eliminate problems with lazy eye, strabismus, eye tracking, eye focusing and eye convergence problems and many other eye problems that can not be corrected with drugs, surgery or glasses alone.
Patients who have suffered traumatic
brain injury (i.e., concussions, head trauma, etc.) or acquired brain injury (i.e., stroke) are also treated regularly.
Dr. Nielson has a referral practice and does not provide primary eye care, such as glasses or contact lenses
Dr. Nielson welcomes the opportunity to serve you and encourages you
to call her office with your concerns and questions. Telephone 208-227-8822.
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and vision3d.com network.
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Please note: many parents
search the net for a pediatric ophthalmologist to help their child
with vision problems such as lazy eye, convergence insufficiency,
eye tracking and eye teaming problems, strabismus, etc. Dr. Nielson is the pediatric optometrist
in Idaho that can help children with strabismus or other pediatric
vision problems! Parents often misspell ophthalmologist as opthalmologist