- Comprehensive Eye Examinations for All Ages, including Infants, Preschoolers, and Those Age 60 and Over
- Eyewear Designing and Dispensing
- Contact Lens Fitting and Follow-up, including Bifocal, Disposable and Astigmatism Lenses
- Treatment of Eye Diseases and Co-Management of Surgery
- Vision Therapy for All Ages
- Treatment for
Learning-related Vision Problems, including Visual
Difficulties related to
Reading, and Tracking Problems, etc.
- Treatment for
Strabismus (eye turns) and
Amblyopia (lazy eye)
- Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation for Special Populations, including Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries, Stroke, Whiplash, Developmental Delays, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, etc.
- Treatment for Stress-related Visual Problems, including Blurred Vision, Visual Stress from Reading and Computers, Eye Strain Headaches, and/or Vision-induced Stomachaches or Motion Sickness
- Sports Vision Assessment and Treatment
Dr. William E. Leadingham
Dr. "Bill" Leadingham graduated from Illinois College of Optometry in 1969. He specializes in Neuro-Optometric Rehabiliation, Vision Therapy, Binocular Visual and Children's Visual Perceptual problems related to learning disabilities, and Sports Vision.
Dr. Bill Leadingham has done Post Graduate work at the Gesell Institute for Child Development at Yale University, the Illinois College of Optometry's Sports Vision Center as well as its Multidisciplinary Institute's program on Global Children.
Dr. Leadingham is active in his profession and community as:
- Visual Consultant for Children with Visual/Perceptual Problems to the Carter County Board of Education
- Member, Board of Directors for the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association
- Adjunct Faculty Member to Southern College of Optometry
- Past President of the Hack Estep Home for Boys
- Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development
- Fellow of the National Academy of Sports Vision
- Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension Program
- Member, Sports Vision Section of the American Optometric Association
William E. Leadingham, O.D., FCOVD
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