Within our office we provide a range of services primarily focused around vision problems relating to reading, attention, dizziness (including getting visually overwhelmed by too much visual stimuli) as well as balance and movement. In addition, we work with patients identified as neurodivergent including those with attention disorders or on the autism spectrum.
We provide specific diagnosis and treatment through Neuro-Optometric Interventions. We routinely collaborate with other specialists including Educational Therapists, Neuro-Psychologists, Neurologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, ABA Therapists, and Audiologists to aid our patients in their journey to improving their vision.
Vision involves more than just seeing the letters clearly on the eye chart. We see and observe our world not just with our eyes but vision is actually processed in our brain. When it is not processed correctly it can cause difficulty with activities in our daily lives.
When vision doesn’t develop correctly, visual skills are lost due to concussion, illness or neurological issues, or when one’s career can benefit from visual enhancement, such as athletic performance, we can help.
We provide services for patients with a variety of needs:
- Learning-Related Vision Problems
- Post-Concussion Vision Disorders
- Post Traumatic Vision Syndrome
- Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injury
- Sports Vision Training
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Developmental Delays
- Pediatric Exams
- Myopia Control
- Non-Surgical Treatment for Strabismus (eye turns)
- Treatment for Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) without Patching
- Occlusion Therapy
- Prism Evaluation
- Tinted Lens Evaluation
- Visual Snow/HPPD
As our practice continues to grow, we place an emphasis on services that provide not only support for patients through their current difficulties but also to be a resource for their future visual demands.