Glasses Don’t Always Help
Vision therapy is a type of treatment used when other corrective solutions don’t help with a vision problem. Vision therapy can be compared to physical therapy in that both use measured exercises to achieve the desired results – but rather than working with the muscles of the body, we work with the muscles of your eyes and your visual system.
Vision therapy can be used to treat a variety of different issues. The first step in the process is to determine whether or not vision therapy would be helpful.
More Than Just Eyesight
Vision therapy encourages more than just great vision in children and adults – it can also help with learning, development, self-confidence, self-esteem, engagement, and other important parts of life.
While vision therapy is utilized to help a person’s vision, it also relates to how their sense of sight interacts with the rest of their body, as well as their brain.
How It Works
Clear View Eye & Vision Care is proud to offer a wide variety of treatments to our vision therapy patients. We use many different tools in our vision therapy programs, such as prisms, eye patches, filtered lenses, computerized systems, and other technologies.
Vision Therapy for Children
Dr. Martin has experience with vision therapy patients of every age. One of the tools we leverage in vision therapy is computerized game-like programs for children. Often we see that a vision therapy program is more immediately successful and effective because of the interest and enjoyment children experience through these sessions.
These computer programs are only one part of vision therapy, but through utilizing this fun activity as a part of a comprehensive program, we see that children are more encouraged to participate in the rest of their vision therapy regime. This success cascades into other aspects of their life, particularly their learning and development in school and extracurricular activities.
If you think that our vision therapy solutions could help you or your family.