A standard eye exam checks your eyes’ physical health and ability to focus. It also looks for disease and measures your ability to see 20/20. It doesn’t, however, evaluate how well your eyes move or work together (or function). As a result, you may need to be referred for a Vision Efficiency Evaluation (VEE) in order to test how your eyes team, track, and focus.

This evaluation takes about one hour and allows the doctor to create a tailored treatment plan focused on your specific vision system dysfunctions. Depending on the doctor’s findings, you/your child may be referred for vision therapy, prescribed specialty lenses, or prescribed daily patching.



  • 50% of vision disorders go undiagnosed.
  • 1 in 4 children have a vision problem affecting learning.
  • 90% of concussions result in eye-movement dysfunction.
  • Most functional vision issues are addressable with simple exercises.

“30% of patients have unidentified binocular function and motor eye misalignment conditions that have important visual, developmental, and/or systemic implications with their everyday lives.”



It’s the eye-muscle-brain connection that creates your functional vision. And when your vision is out of sync, it impacts your life in BIG (and often unexpected) ways. Poor functional vision affects:

  • Playing a Sport, Physical Coordination
  • Reading a Book or Watching a Movie
  • Driving a Car or Riding a Bike
  • Walking Up or Down Stairs
  • Maintaining Your Everyday Balance



In-Office Vision Therapy

Vision therapy is a fully customized and personalized treatment program designed to improve and strengthen visual skills, improve brain-eye communication, improve visual skills and how to apply these new skills to improve reading, learning, concentration and attention. This requires a minimum 10-week commitment with weekly sessions along with daily homework assignments.


At-Home Vision Therapy

Our mission is to make vision therapy accessible to as many people as possible. This therapy is progressive and involves the use of various procedures and exercises that are performed at home on a computer/tablet. This type of therapy requires motivation and self-discipline. This requires a minimum 24-week commitment with progress evaluations at week 6, week 12, and week 24. Homework assignments are to be completed 5 days a week and typically take about 20 minutes.



Neurolenses® are the world’s first and only prescription lenses that add a contoured prism to treat the headaches, neck/shoulder pain and eyestrain caused by use of digital devices, reading or doing detail work.


Patching/Occlusion Therapy

By putting a patch over the better seeing eye the child’s brain is forced to “recognize” the image from the amblyopic (lazy) eye. This stimulates the development of nerve pathways between the amblyopic eye and the brain, so improving the vision in this eye.



  • Getting insurance coverage for vision therapy can be difficult. This is because there is no consensus on whether the procedure should be covered by vision insurance or health insurance. Depending on what policy you have, vision therapy may not be covered by either type of plan. Even if you are covered, that coverage may be limited. Sometimes an insurance company will pay for the initial consultation but not for the therapy appointments after that.

  • Treatments start at $350 and your medical insurance may not contribute. To schedule this evaluation, a $100 deposit reservation fee is required to hold your appointment time. At the time of your appointment, the $100 deposit payment will be credited to your account and can be applied towards therapy, optical, or can towards future copays. If you cancel your appointment within 48 hours, your deposit will not be refunded.

  • There is no exact timeframe for how quickly you or your child will notice results from vision therapy or patching. Each program is tailored to the individual and their exact vision issues. Therapy programs can range from three months to two years, depending on the person’s needs. Since therapy is progressive, the results build over time. Once someone achieves their goals, they may need to perform some maintenance therapy to sustain their results. This is typically necessary when vision therapy was used for amblyopia, strabismus, or a traumatic brain injury.

    • Headaches
    • Poor Coordination
    • Balance Issues
    • Brain Trauma
    • Difficulty Concentrating/ADD
    • Rereading/Skipping Lines
    • Slow Completion of Work
    • Loss of Interest in Reading


Righteye vision therapy provides a way for visual skills to be improved whether it is a child struggling with school, someone looking to improve at sports, or even someone looking to regain visual function post stroke or concussion. This therapy is something that can be done at home and is personalized for each patient. The therapy takes only about 20 minutes a day and yields great results for patients.