The SVI is a large touch-screen monitor that improves visual abilities for learning problems, sports, amblyopia, and traumatic brain injury. Targets on the screen can be made large or small, dark or faint. We encourage everyone to hit the target in the center - the smaller the target, the more accurate you have to be. If you miss a target, a dot appears on the screen. This gives you instant feedback on where you are actually touching and you are (hopefully) able re-adjust your next target - perhaps reaching further, closer, higher or lower.Read More
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In my practice, we recently treated a young girl who, in addition to her vision-related reading problems, was upset that she could not skip rope like her friends. Jumping rope is a gross motor skill highly influenced by the quality of your visual processing. This type of vision problem had nothing to do with her 20/20 eyesight. Giving her glasses wasn’t going to help her jump rope, but a vision therapy treatment could!Read More
Visual skills are developed over time, like any other skill you have. So these skills, like all others, can be improved by training. This training can be life-changing for those whose visual skills didn't develop fully or properly.Read More
As an Optometrist, I know that many visual processing problems can be corrected using Vision Therapy rather than just lenses. I've had countless patients come to me having been told that "it's too late to fix your vision problems" or that they'll "have to learn to live with these issues." But with Vision Therapy, so many of these patients have been able to improve their vision problems.
So what is Vision Therapy? Vision Therapy improves the way vision is processed in the brain. These are some of the problems I've helped to correct in my clinic with Vision Therapy:Read More