Vision Therapy

What is Vision Therapy?

Vision Therapy (VT) is a doctor guided treatment to improve visual function in ways that are measured by more than just “20/20”. Vision is dynamic and requires countless changes in position, focus and attention.

Therapy usually includes weekly office visits for guided exercises using lenses, tools and technology designed to help you strengthen the way you use your eyes. Home activities are prescribed so we can improve your skills week to week.

How do I start?

The first step is determining a starting point with a Binocular Vision Evaluation. This is when the doctor will take a series of measurements to evaluate visual skills such as changing focus (accommodation), changing position of the eyes (near to far), and eye tracking. The doctor will also want to go over a detailed medical, developmental and academic history. Please bring any other doctors’ reports or evaluations with you or send to BVC prior to visit.

Who can benefit from VT?

Patients diagnosed with:

  • Amblyopia (Lazy eye)
  • Strabismus (Crossed or wandering eye)
  • Convergence or Focusing problems
  • Eye tracking disorders
  • Patients of any age struggling with eyestrain, headaches or visual discomfort
  • Students under-performing at school, with or without diagnosed Learning Disorder
  • individuals experiencing visual symptoms or unsteadiness after a concussion or head injury
  • Athletes wanting to maximize their visual skills and efficiency to play the game smarter


RightEye can help uncover functional vision and brain health issues in minutes. Using advanced, eye-tracking technology, the RightEye system reveals eye movement patterns that an observation-only exam cannot. This advancement is game-changing: RightEye is a tool that will assist you in pinpointing functional vision and brain health issues, identifying potential causes of reading problems, and improving patients’ athletic performance. All from a five-minute test.

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