What is Vision Therapy?
At eye&I Optometry, we offer Optometric Vision Therapy to our patients in Bayside and Great Neck, NY. Our trained optometrists use advanced equipment and techniques to diagnose and treat vision disorders that may impact a patient's quality of life. Vision therapy is often recommended for individuals with amblyopia, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, and other binocular vision disorders.
How it helps
Optometric Vision Therapy aids to improve eye teaming, eye movement and tracking skills, to assure the two eyes are working together correctly, and that the individual is processing visual information at an age-appropriate level. Through a customized program of exercises and activities, our optometrists can help patients improve their visual abilities and enhance their quality of life. We work with patients of all ages, from children to adults, and customize our therapy plans to meet their individual needs. Our vision therapy sessions are conducted in a friendly and comfortable environment, and our team is committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients in Bayside and Great Neck, NY.
Optometric Vision Therapy offers numerous benefits, such as improved reading and comprehension skills, increased attention and focus, enhanced hand-eye coordination, improved sports performance, and reduced eye strain and fatigue. By improving a patient's visual skills, they can experience greater success in school, work, and other aspects of their daily lives. Vision therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free treatment option that can help patients overcome vision problems without surgery or medication. It is a safe and effective alternative that can improve visual function and enhance the quality of life for many individuals. At eye&I Optometry, we are committed to helping our patients achieve their best possible visual function and quality of life through our Optometric Vision Therapy program.
Optometric Vision Therapy is a series or sequence of developmental vision procedures designed to help patients develop the necessary visual skills to function in life.