Our office is equipped with a Vision Therapy department?
Vision therapy (VT) can benefit a wide array of patients, from children to adults. Therapy is generally used to improve binocularity (essentially to help both eyes work together) and achieve maximum potential visually. Therapy can also be helpful to those who have had a stroke or traumatic brain injury.
To learn more about our VT programs, check out the links above on our navigating bar, or click this link to visit the Vision Therapy blog: http://www.rdeyes.com/vtblog/
Some common signs your or a loved one might require VT:
- frequent headaches
- double vision
- poor hand-eye coordination
- poor handwriting
- difficulty reading–letter reversals
- difficulty with reading comprehension
- difficulty focusing on one task
Often, visual issues accompany other difficulties. For and excellent example, check out this post about the connection between autism and vision: http://ow.ly/lFGSY
Curious about vision therapy? We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have! Give us a call, shoot as an email, or leave us a comment!