While many people have excellent sight, the same might not be said for their visual abilities. Our sight is the information our eyes take in and present to our brain. Our vision is how our brain interprets and uses this information.
Vision therapy can be compared to physiotherapy in that it is rooted in precise and intentional exercises and movements. Vision therapy is used to train the brain, build the extraocular muscles, and teach our visual system how to work as a cohesive mechanism.
Vision Therapy Can Help With…
- Amblyopia or “lazy eye”
- Binocular vision problems
- Eye movement disorders
- Accommodative or focusing disorders
- Vision problems associated with developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and visual processing issues.