Vision Therapist


A Vision Therapist is also a Certified Developmental or Behavioral Optometrist


Vision therapy is a form of physical therapy that benefits both children and adults who are experiencing vision problems. Vision issues may be related to a wide range of conditions, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), strokes, or learning disabilities such as dyslexia.

Vision therapy is more than just eye exercises, it is also physical Therapy exercises for the brain.  The doctor develops a program tailored to your needs. Prisms, filters, and other specialized tools to help test and improve visual skills. The goal is to resolve visual processing or oculomotor problems that interfere with learning, daily activities, or comfort.

A few vision conditions which can be addresses are:

Eye Strain


Amblyopia (lazy eye)

Convergence insufficiency ( eye teaming)

Saccadic Dysfunction ( eye tracking)

Traumatic Brain Injury