Develop the skills for clearer sight

Vision therapy is a personalized program of exercises to train your eyes to move, partner, and focus better and to train your brain to better process visual information.

Optometric vision therapy is used to treat amblyopia (lazy eye), and it also can help improve control of strabismus (eye turn). At Brenart Eye Clinic, we also offer neuro-vision rehabilitation, a form of vision therapy for patients with visual symptoms following a brain injury.

Vision Therapy Team

Vision Therapy Team

When you come to the Vision Therapy Department at Brenart Eye Clinic, you’ll be seen by a team of experienced optometrists and technicians who specialize in optometric vision therapy and neuro-vision rehabilitation. Learn More

Optometric Vision Therapy

Optometric Vision Therapy

Optometric vision therapy develops the visual skills of eye movements, teaming, and focusing. It can also change how a patient processes or interprets visual information by improving visual spatial, visual analysis, and visual motor integration ability involved in learning. Learn More

Neuro-Vision Rehabilitation

Neuro-Vision Rehabilitation

Neuro-vision rehabilitation is a form of vision therapy focused on addressing the effects of acquired brain injuries, includings concussions, trauma, and strokes. Learn More

What to Expect

What to Expect

Following a Comprehensive Eye Examination with dilation to ensure healthy eyes and proper glasses prescription, a separate Visual Efficiency Evaluation (VEE) is performed by Dr. Tira. This more in-depth assessment provides a baseline measurement for visual skills to be addressed with therapy. The therapy itself is generally conducted in a program of weekly in-office sessions of 30 minutes to 1 hour combined with daily home therapy. Each therapy session is individualized to fit the visual needs of each patient. Techniques may involve lenses, prisms, filters, patches, specialized vision therapy equipment, and computerized programs.

Technologies and Equipment

Technologies and Equipment

To help patients develop neural pathways and build visual skills, we use an array of cutting-edge tools and technologies:

 

King Devick Test and RAP
NeuroTracker
Vision Therapy Solutions (VTS4)
Sanet Vision Integrator (SVI)
Specialized lenses, prisms, and traditional vision therapy equipment
Visual Evoked Potential (VEP)