Conditions We Treat

Eye Diseases Eye Diseases

We diagnose and treat eye diseases in our office including macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic eye diseases. We refer our patients to the best surgeons for cataract and lasik procedures and provide post operation care right here at our office. We treat dry eyes, which is a very common eye condition in our state. Dry eyes can be treated with… Read More

Autism/Spectrum Disorders

There are many variations in behavior across the autistic spectrum.  One thing that is very common across the spectrum is the presence of visual issues.

It is almost a certainty that a child on the autistic spectrum has visual development issues. In children who are is on the spectrum, there is usually a delay in visual… Read More

Acquired Brain Injury/Post Stroke Acquired Brain Injury/Post Stroke

It is a tough situation to be in whether you are the patient or the patient's loved ones. A person can acquire brain injuries at any age. Children and teens get into falls and concussions during play and sports. Many car accidents including minor rear ending can cause long term physical and vision problems. Other types of acquired brain injuries… Read More

Amblyopia Amblyopia

Amblyopia is often misnamed as "lazy eye". It is a condition in which one eye does not see as well as the other even though the eye is healthy. In most cases, the "good eye" does not function optimally either. People with amblyopia have essentially healthy eyes but the information coming from one or both eyes are not interpreted well by the brain.… Read More

Strabismus Strabismus

Strabismus is a vision condition in which a person cannot align both eyes simultaneously. One or both of the eyes may turn in “cross eyed” (esotropia), out “wall eyed” (extropia), up (hypertropia) or down (hypotropia).

An eye turn may be constant or intermittent (turning only some of the time, such as concentrating at a near task, day… Read More

Dyslexia Dyslexia

What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexia refers to difficulty with reading. According to the Webster’s dictionary, the meaning of dyslexia is a disturbance of the ability to read. That’s it! Some people can’t read at all, that’s called alexia. If reading is labored, it is sometimes called dyslexia.

Many times the cause of a… Read More

Vision Related Learning Problems Vision Related Learning Problems

Many people with 20/20 eye sight suffer from visual dysfunctions that can impact reading and learning. Some of the behavioral symptoms we see in school age kids are the result of poor visual skills. In fact the check list for ADD and ADHD look very similar to the visual dysfunction checklist.

Majority of learning involves the use of vision.… Read More

Our Success Stories

I am so grateful for Vision Therapy. My son, Gage was losing vision in one eye. He couldn't see 3D and often saw double. His hand-eye co-ordination needed work. He would get so frustrated with…

Vision therapy has helped me in many ways. I used to have trouble reading, now I can read chapter books. I used to trip a lot but now I don't. I didn't use to like P.E at school but now I think…

When i started vision therapy, I had a hard time seeing letters because I lost my place and I saw double or blurry sometimes. Now after vision therapy I can read better because words aren't…