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Vision Therapy

In the most basic of terms, vision therapy corrects eye problems that cannot be treated with prescription lenses. Above all, successful therapy takes the part of the brain that controls vision and the eyes and “trains” them to reform an effective partnership.

Though this form of therapy is somewhat controversial. However, studies have shown that this non-invasive and non-surgery approach has helped improve eye-brain coordination issues that interfere with learning in children and adults. The brain has a large amount of neuroplasticity, giving it the ability to adapt and change in response to external stimuli. Similar to learning how to ride a bike (as opposed to exercising muscles), vision therapy uses training techniques that can change the function of this neuroplasticity. As a result, helping your brain and eyes work together again.

Many patients consider vision therapy as a beneficial form of vision correction. Additionally, doctors customize each session to meet every individual patient's needs. This ensures they are getting the most specialized tests and exercises for their specific vision problem. In addition to correcting vision issues, therapy has been able to ease symptoms associated with computer vision syndrome.

Vision problems vision therapy can correct:

  • Amblyopia (lazy eye)
  • Strabismus (crossed eye)
  • Phorias (eye alignment)
  • Eye movement disorders
  • Accommodative (focusing) disorders

Covid-19 Update

Due to the executive order from the governor, our office will be closed to routine patients until April 13.  If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call us at 248-628-3441 and we will do our best to assist you.  Our doctors are available to speak to you over the phone, and we also have access to tele-health visits.  Thank you.

We are here for you. We are still able to provide care on an urgent or emergency basis.

What constitutes urgent or emergency eye care?

  • Your eye is red, itchy or watering.
  • Your eye is crusty
  • Your eye is bloodshot
  • You have cloudy vision or cobwebs in your vision
  • You have new floaters or flashes of light
  • You have lost or broken your only pair of glasses
  • You have new blurred vision (with your glasses on)
  • You have new double vision.
  • You have a swollen eye.
  • You have something stuck in your eye.
  • You have new distortion in your vision.
  • You have eye pain.

Please call our office at 248-628-3441 or email to talk with a technician or Doctor.