Testimonials

“Before vision therapy Ryan was having problems with frequent headaches and some dizziness as a result of a head injury on the playground. Sometimes the bright lights at school would bother his eyes. After six months of vision therapy (often twice a week) and doing daily therapy homework, things have greatly improved and he no longer complains of these issues.”

cropped-chevron.jpg

“Before vision therapy I was having problems with reading, comprehension, concentration and memory issues. I was labeled with ADHD. Vision Therapy has changed my life dramatically. I am reading better and remembering what I’ve read. I’m able to concentrate and stay focused on tasks, as well as focusing on conversations. As an adult, I’m fully convinced I would have benefited greatly as a child, had I had vision therapy.”

cropped-chevron.jpg

 

Before vision therapy I was having problems with time management at my job, struggling to keep up with paperwork due to over focusing on unnecessary details, and difficulty with reading. Vision therapy has made a tremendous difference in my life. I am able to see the big picture rather than get lost in the details. Reading is no longer a chore. I am able to stay alert and comprehend what I am reading. My work has become more manageable.

cropped-chevron.jpg

Before vision therapy Pipper was having problems with visual tracking and getting his two eyes to work together. He was not reading well. Now his reading is fluent and he is able to read quickly because his eyes work together properly.

cropped-chevron.jpg

“Before vision therapy Ashley was having problems with enjoying to read, and it also took Ashley extra time to do her homework. Ashley has currently read 30 books this summer. She enjoys reading books that interest her. Ashley also enjoyed coming to vision therapy. She looked forward to her time with the therapists.”

cropped-chevron.jpg

Before vision therapy, Garrett was having problems engaging with and relating to the world around him. He had previously undergone surgery for strabismus, but it was unsuccessful. This kept him less confident about daily tasks and key relationships. Garrett had problems making friends largely because he was a very “hands-on” child. He engaged with his peers by touching them, which in fact repelled them. We understood later, from Dr. Semenza, that touch was how he was making sense of his world.

Before vision therapy, Garrett had problems playing the sports he loves. His problems with tracking, etc., directly affected his performance, confidence, and his attention span. Those things contributed to an on-going cycle that was heading toward his disinterest in sports.

cropped-chevron.jpg

(more…)

After vision therapy for Garrett, our family has come to realize vision therapy is truly not just for an individual. It has given us the confidence and the tools to avoid frustration and that feeling of being out of control. G.D.

cropped-chevron.jpg