Are you concerned because you or your child needs stronger and stronger glasses? Shortsightedness (Myopia) can be caused by different reasons...
Do you have astigmatism? We can help. There are different options available depending on the cause of the astigmatism. The first step... (is a full evaluation...)
Most people don’t realize that we are not born with perfect vision and that vision develops as we grow. If vision does not develop correctly it can cause problems with learning, writing, reading, sports performance, balance and movement. It can also cause children to become nearsighted too quickly. When vision does not develop correctly it often takes more than glasses, contacts or surgery to correct it. A Neuro-Developmental Optometrist is a vision specialist skilled in identifying and treating vision problems which are not found during routine eye chart exams.
Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation is a sub-specialty of optometry that focuses on the variety of visual disorders that occur as a result of brain injuries, developmental delay or other neurological disorders
A comprehensive vision exam is recommended for all children (6-18 years) before they start school and every year while they are in school. However, when a child struggles with reading and learning or is not achieving to his or her potential, a Neuro-Developmental Vision Evaluation is needed.
We offer a variety of solutions to help you with different types of vision problems. NeuroVision Therapy, solution of Shortsightedness, Color Therapy and Lens therapy.
Vision Therapy -- a type of physical therapy for the eyes and brain -- is a highly effective non-surgical solution for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency and some reading and learning disabilities. Many patients who have been told...
Tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses? You can correct your vision while you sleep (without surgery) so you can spend the day without glasses or contacts.
Color Light Therapy is used as part of a vision therapy program. It is helpful for patients with eye turns, lazy eye, restricted fields, learning related vision problems, dyspraxia and dyslexia. It also helps to stabilize vision in patients with head injuries and strokes; in addition, it helps expand the visual field.
Mr. Tien prescribes a variety of lenses to be worn for different types of conditions. For example, lenses can be prescribed to help with color blindness, visual development (for children) and visual rehabilitation (for those who have suffered concussions or other head injuries).
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