What is it and how does it work?
Vision therapy is a non-surgical individualized treatment program for those who have visual deficiencies which can not be improved by glasses alone. There are a variety of common visual problems that our patients have including (but not limited to) double vision, crossed eyes, low vision, lazy eye, reading/learning disabilities, and convergence insufficiency. Following a routine exam and vision therapy evaluation, our specialists will create a customized therapy plan for each patient and use this plan to conduct treatments in-office during weekly sessions with accompanying at home activities to strengthen skills.
Vision therapy involves improving visual efficiency, comfort, and ease, and you can expect to receive improvements in fundamental abilities and vision skills including how you process visual information.
What signs are there that you or your child may benefit from therapy services
- Blur that isn’t improved with glasses
- Eye turn
- Attention Problems
- Eye strain
- Double vision
- Poor Handwriting
- Loss of Place with reading
- Skips or re-reads lines/words
- Words jump, move, wiggle or run together when reading
- Trouble copying from the board
- Poor reading comprehension
- Letter or word reversals
- Not reaching full potential in school
- Poor eye had coordination
- Poor sports performance
- Covers or closes one eye
- Squints, rubs or blinks eyes excessively
- Head tilting or turning
- Smart in everything but school
Contact our team for more information
Are you prepared to utilize our vision therapy services to improve the way you see life? As a local vision therapy company, we take great pride in knowing that our expert team is capable of assisting individuals improve their vision.
If you would like to learn more from our team via e-mail, feel free to visit our Contact page and complete the short inquiry form. You can also contact our team via phone during our business hours at (502) 882-1442. We recommend to all of our prospective patients that they have a routine eye exam before having a vision therapy evaluation, which they can complete either with their regular eye doctor or call our office to schedule.