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Intro


Vision Therapy

Improving Vision Non-surgically

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Intro


Vision Therapy

Improving Vision Non-surgically

Look Around

 
The brain, the organ that is responsible for your conscious experience, is an eternal prisoner in the solitary confinement of the skull...

and must rely on information smuggled to it by the senses...

the world is what your brain tells you it is, and the limitations of the senses set the boundaries for your conscious experience.
— Coren, Porac & Ward. Sensation and Perception (1984, p2)
 

Visual therapy is a step-by-step developmental program designed to provide patients with the necessary meaningful experiences to acquire full use of their visual process. In many cases the visual system has a problem with development, and the brain creates adaptations to account for the lack of normal development. These adaptations include a turned eye, lazy eye, and sometimes more subtle symptoms like covering or closing an eye while reading. The goal of therapy is to jump start the development of the visual process so these adaptations are no longer needed. Our goal is to get the patient seeing clearly while using both eyes as a team.

 
 
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Visual Skills


Vision is more than just the ability to see clearly. It is the ability to understand and respond to what is seen. Basic visual skills include the ability to focus our eyes, use both eyes as a team, track objects and move across a written page. 

Visual Skills


Vision is more than just the ability to see clearly. It is the ability to understand and respond to what is seen. Basic visual skills include the ability to focus our eyes, use both eyes as a team, track objects and move across a written page. 

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Early Vision Testing


Visual testing can be done at any age, and should begin as early as possible (by six months). With early detection and treatment, problems such as crossed eyes and nearsightedness can be controlled and prevented. 

Early Vision Testing


Visual testing can be done at any age, and should begin as early as possible (by six months). With early detection and treatment, problems such as crossed eyes and nearsightedness can be controlled and prevented. 

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Vision Development


Vision develops over time. Motor control, emotions and cognition develop over time; the same is true for visual skills. There is an orderly unfolding of visual anatomy, physiology and the ability to perceive. Different visual skills are explored, acquired and refined at different age levels. Vision development does not cease at a given age, but continues throughout life. 

Vision Development


Vision develops over time. Motor control, emotions and cognition develop over time; the same is true for visual skills. There is an orderly unfolding of visual anatomy, physiology and the ability to perceive. Different visual skills are explored, acquired and refined at different age levels. Vision development does not cease at a given age, but continues throughout life. 

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Interaction with Environment


Proper development takes place where there is adequate and appropriate interaction with the environment. When the correct developmental framework is woven, vision truly becomes an individual's dominant and leading sense. 

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Interaction with Environment


Proper development takes place where there is adequate and appropriate interaction with the environment. When the correct developmental framework is woven, vision truly becomes an individual's dominant and leading sense. 

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