Vision Library

Informational Links

We will continue to work to organize this in the best fashion possible. In the meantime, if you have any questions not answered by the links below, or if you’d like to dicuss vision issues or vision therapy with us, please call the number at the top or fill out a contact form here.

11Learning-related Vision Problems

Vision Therapy can help those individuals who lack the necessary visual skills for effective reading, writing, and learning (i.e., eye movement and focusing skills, convergence, eye-hand activity, visual memory skills, etc.).


To learn more about learning-related vision problems, visit any of these web pages on:

Eye Tracking or Poor Binocular (2-eyed) Coordination
Vision Therapy helps individuals develop normal coordination and teamwork of the two eyes (binocular vision). When the two eyes fail to work together as an effective team, performance in many areas can suffer (reading, sports, depth perception, eye contact, etc.).

To learn more about binocular (two-eyed) vision, visit any of these web pages on:

Convergence Insufficiency (common near vision disorder)

Recent scientific research — funded by the National Eye Institute and conducted at Mayo Clinic — has proven that in-office Vision Therapy is the best treatment for Convergence Insufficiency.

To learn all about Convergence Insufficiency, go to:

Amblyopia (lazy eye), Diplopia (double vision), and Strabismus (cross-eyed, wandering eye, eye turns, etc.)
Vision Therapy programs offer much higher cure rates for turned eyes and/or lazy eye when compared to eye surgery, glasses, and/or patching, without therapy. The earlier the patient receives Vision Therapy the better, however, our office successfully treats patients well past 21 years of age.

Recent scientific research has disproven the long held belief that children with lazy eye, or amblyopia, can’t be helped after age 7.

To learn more about crossed eyes, eye turns, or lazy eye, visit any of these web pages on:

Stress-related Visual Problems – Blurred Vision, Visual Stress from Reading and Computers, Eye Strain Headaches, and/or Vision-induced Stomachaches or Motion Sickness

21st century life demands more from our vision than ever before. Many children and adults constantly use their near vision at school, work and home. Environmental stresses on the visual system (including excessive computer use or close work) can induce blurred vision, eyestrain, headaches, etc. To learn about these visual problems and vision therapy, see:

Visual Rehabilitation for Special Needs – Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke, Birth Injury, Brain Damage, Head Injury, Whiplash, Cerebral Palsy, MS, etc.

Vision can be compromised as a result of neurological disorders or trauma to the nervous system. Vision Therapy can effectively treat the visual consequences of brain trauma (including double vision).

To learn more about visual rehabilitation with vision therapy, see:

Visual Rehabilitation for Special Needs – Developmental Delays, Visual Perceptual Visual-Motor Deficits, Attention Deficit Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders

To learn more about vision therapy as it relates to developmental delays or disorders, see:

Sports Vision Improvement

Strong visual skills are critical to sports success. Not much happens in sports until your eyes instruct your hands and body as to what to do! We can measure and successfully improve eye-hand coordination, visual reaction time, peripheral vision, eye focusing, eye tracking and teaming, visualization skills, and more. Find out how children and adults improve coordination and sports ability through Vision Therapy.

Vision Therapy can be the answer to many visual problems. Don’t hesitate to contact our office with your questions.

To read definitions of Vision Therapy by outside sources, What is Vision Therapy? and/or Vision Therapy? Self-help Eye Exercises?. To browse through hundreds of stories writtten by parents, teachers, adults and children, go to a national of catalog of Vision Therapy Success Stories.


Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping

Resources for Military Families

Academic Accommodation Resources

Estate Planning for Parents of Special Needs Kids


Special Needs Resources

Low Vision Internet Access

Filtering Sensory Processing Issues At Home

Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities Campaign

Home Modifications for Disabilities – Checklists and Funding

Home Modifications and Selling Your Home

Special Needs’ Safety Near Construction Sites

Renters’ Rights for Tenants with Disabilities

Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Finding Credible Medical Information and Advice


Hobbies and Activities for Special Needs

Planning for the Future for Seniors with Special Needs

Teaching the Art of Cooking to People with Disabilities

Assistive Technology Buying Guide

Home Organization for Newly Disabled Seniors

Should They Stay or Should They Go: Selling a Home with Modifications

Resources for Traveling with Disabilities

Legal Guide for Newly Disabled Seniors


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