Vision Therapy

INTRODUCTION

 

  • Vision Therapy Is Called As Vision Training, Orthoptics, Eye Training And Eye Exercise. It Is A Type Of Physical Therapy For The Eyes And Brain.
  • According To American Optometric Association, Vision Therapy Is A Sequence Of Neurosensory And Neuromuscular Activities Individually Prescribed And Monitored By The Vision Therapist To Develop, Rehabilitate And Enhance Visual Skills And Processing. Vision Therapy Is An Evidence-Based Treatment Of Strabismic And Non-Strabismic Binocular Vision Dysfunctions, Amblyopia, Accommodative, Oculomotor, Visual Processing, And Visual-Motor Integration Dysfunction.
  • It Is A Highly Effective Nonsurgical Treatment For Many Common Visual Problems Such As Amblyopic Eye(Lazy Eye), Strabismus(Crossed Eyes), Double Vision, Non-Strabismic Binocular Vision Dysfunction, Some Reading And Learning Disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Developmental Information Processing Disorders, Special Population Like Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Fragile X Syndrome, Autism And ADHD And Sports Vision.

Objective Of Vision Therapy

  • To Improve Visual Functions
  • To Overcome Visual Performance Deficiencies
  • To Understand The Anatomy Of Visual Behavior

What Is The Goal Of VT?

  • Vision Therapy Is Not Just Eye Exercises
  • VT Has Also Been Shown To Work Very Well And Will Almost Always Lead To Improved Eye Teaming, Focusing, And Tracking Skills.
  • Help Patients Develop Or Improve Fundamental Visual Skills And Abilities
  • Improve Visual Comfort, Ease, And Efficiency
  • Change How A Patient Processes Or Interprets Visual Information
  • We Are Successful In About Nine Out Of Ten Patients.
  • The Key To Success Is Motivation And A Commitment To Attending The Therapy Sessions And Performing The Recommended Home Therapy Techniques.
  • Patient May Require Minimum 3 Months Of Vision Therapy For The Better Result.
  • Session Can Be Done Three-Four Times In A Week, And Each Visit Will Last For 30-45 Minutes.

Signs To Look For

  • Blurred Vision
  • Avoidance Of Near Tasks
  • Binocular Difficulty With Poor Stereopsis
  • Oculomotor-Based Reading Difficulties
  • Eye Tracking Problem
  • Eye Focusing Problem
  • Eyestrain Eye Strain/Fatigue
  • Closes An Eye
  • Reduced Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Amblyopia
  • Eye Turn/Cross Eye
  • Monocular Comfort
  • Dry And Irritated Eyes
  • Double Vision
  • Headache
  • Print Seems To Move/Swim/Jumble
  • Slowness In Changing Focus
  • Loss Of Place/Skipping Lines Missing Words
  • Poor Comprehension
  • Difficulty Tracking Objects Dizziness/Nausea/Motion Sickness

NOTE: Kids Think Everyone Sees The Way They Do! No Signs In Kids With Anisometropic Amblyopia

 

Who All Are Benefited?

  • It Is Effective For Both Children And Adults
  • When People Have Trouble Using Both Eyes Together Or Can’t Focus For Great Lengths Of Time, They Do Not Simply Grow Out Of These Problems.
  • Children With Visual Problems Often Become Adults With Visual Problems.
  • Many People Think That Vision Therapy Is Only For Children. However, Adults Have As Much Need For This Type Of Vision Care As Children. Vision Therapy Is Often Effective For Adults Because They Are Motivated To Improve Their Visual Abilities.

 
What Does VT Use?


The First Step In Any Vision Therapy Program Is A Comprehensive Vision Examination. Following A Thorough Evaluation, A Qualified Vision Care Professional Can Advise The Candidate As To Whether Vision Therapy Would Be Appropriate Treatment.


In-Office Vision Therapy Is Supervised By Optometric Vision Care Professionals And Various Types Of Treatment Devices Are Used Such As

  • Corrective Lenses
  • Therapeutic Lenses
  • Prism Lenses
  • Optical Filters
  • Eye Patches Or Occluders
  • Electronic Targets With Timing Mechanism
  • Computer Software
  • Vestibular (Balance) Equipment
  • Visual-Motor-Sensory Integration Training Devices

 

OUR SERVICES


BINOCULAR VISION ASSESSMENT
• OCCULOMOTOR ASSESSMENT
• MOTOR AND SENSORY TEST

 

INOFFICE THERAPY

  • BROCK STRING
  • APERTURE RULER
  • LIFE SAVER CARD
  • BARREL CARD
  • LENS FLIPPER
  • PRISM FILPPER
  • YOKE PRSIM
  • BALANCE BOARD
  • WALKING RALL
  • MARSDEN BALL
  • HART CHART
  • BIMAUNAL CHALK ACTIVITIES
  • PEGBOARD ROTATOR
  • CHERIOSCOPE
  • TRANAGLYPHS
  • VECTOGRAMS
  • BAR READER
  • MAZE REACING
  • METRONORM
  • VTS-4

HOME THERAPY KIT

  • BROCK STRING
  • APERTURE RULER
  • LIFE SAVER CARD
  • BARREL CARD
  • LENS FLIPPER
  • PRISM FILPPER
  • YOKE PRSIM
  • BALANCE BOARD
  • WALKING RALL
  • MARSDEN BALL
  • HART CHART
  • BIMAUNAL CHALK ACTIVITIES
  • BAR READER
  • MAZE REACING

SHOP NOW

  • BROCK STRING
  • APERTURE RULER
  • LIFE SAVER CARD
  • BARREL CARD
  • LENS FLIPPER
  • PRISM FILPPER
  • YOKE PRSIM
  • BALANCE BOARD
  • WALKING RALL
  • MARSDEN BALL
  • HART CHART
  • BIMAUNAL CHALK ACTIVITIES
  • PEGBOARD ROTATOR
  • CHERIOSCOPE
  • TRANAGLYPHS
  • VECTOGRAMS
  • BAR READER
  • MAZE REACING
  • METRONORM
  • VTS-4

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