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Vision Therapy

  • Are your child’s school grades not a true reflection of their potential?
  • Does your child have a learning difficulty, attention issues or lazy eye?
  • Could your child's reading or school grades be improved?
  • Could your child have 20/20 sight and still have a problem with their visual skills?

  • Guide to Vision Therapy

    Vision therapy is an evidence-based program to treat visual problems including lazy eye, eye turns and binocular vision problems. Vision therapy is a customized and personalized treatment program provided by optometrists with post-graduate training and years of experience.
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  • Guide to Vision Therapy for Adults

    Vision therapy can be more effective for adult patients, as they are typically more motivated in therapy. Vision therapy can alleviate eyestrain and headaches caused by long hours at the office, this leads to improved workplace production and less stress.
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  • Guide to Vision and Learning Difficulties

    Approximately 80 percent of all learning comes through the eyes and visual pathways. Any interference in the visual pathways can inhibit a child from performing to their maximum potential. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA) 25 percent of all children (1 in 4 students) have a vision problem significant enough to impact their learning.
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  • Vision Therapy for Children

    Are your child’s school grades not a true reflection of their potential? Has your child been told they have a learning or attention difficulties? The problem could be with their eyes or visual skills and vision therapy might the solution you have been looking for.
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  • Vision Therapy for ADHD

    Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD? Many visual problems can be misdiagnosed as ADHD as children with ADHD are 3x more likely to have an undiagnosed vision problem. Vision problems can often be corrected with a customized program of vision therapy, avoiding or reducing the need for medications.
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  • Vision Therapy for Lazy Eye

    Lazy eye is a common vision problem, affecting up to 1 in 20 (5%) of all children. Has your child been treated for lazy eye, yet the vision remains poor? Lazy eye can be successfully treated for both children and adults, with new digital techniques using computer-based 3D games.
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  • Neuro-Optometry

    Have you suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or concussion and still experiencing vision problems? TBIs can cause double vision, blurriness, headaches and eye strain, these can be successfully treated with a personalized vision therapy program.
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