Vision Therapy Center at InFocus Eyecare
Functional Vision Assesment
Vision is more than seeing 20/20. Your vision is a complex system made up of different skills that are all processed in the brain. A Functional Vision Assessment is performed by an Optometrist or Vision Therapist who has advanced training and specific equipment to evaluate the visual system.
Our Functional Vision Assessments can identify different vision problems that can effect behavior, classroom learning, daily tasks and quality of life. Vision conditions such as amblyopia, convergence insufficiency (double vision as near), eye tracking problems and many more can be improved significantly with our office based vision therapy program.
Your initial evaluation will be with our Vision Therapist, who will test you on some of the following things:
- Eye Movements/Tracking
- Contrast Sensitivity
- Visual Processing
- Eye Hand Coordination
- Depth Perception
If the evaluation reveals a vision problem, a treatment plan is discussed. Sometimes eyeglasses or vision therapy (or both) may be prescribed to treat the problem.
Vision Therapy is a customized program of visual activities designed to correct certain vision problems and improve a variety of visual skills. Vision Therapy can include the use of different lenses, prisms, filters and interactive computer-assisted visual activities. Here at Infocus Eyecare we use a variety of state of the art equipment and programing to help with your individualized therapy plan. By using different programs such as SENAPTEC and NEUROTRACKER we are confident we can improve your visual impairments.
Your treatment plan will be individualized based on your specific needs. We will also provide you with easy exercises that you can do at home to help strengthen your eyes. Our state-of-the-art Vision Therapy Gym is complete with many high-tech programs and products that make the Vision Therapy process effective and fun for our patients.
Therapeutic Blue Tint
Many of our patients experience positive results after wearing their Therapeutic Blue Tint Glasses. These glasses also have been proven to help benefit our patients who have experienced a concussion or TBI.
Meet some of the members of our "Blue Tint Club!"
Read a testimonial from Bob, who wears therapeutic blue lenses.
"Approximately 2 years ago, I was having issues with vertigo which in turn caused me to have attacks of anxiety. Dr. Krunch suggested trying blue tint in my eye glasses which I have to admit I was skeptical about. The blue tint creates a very calming affect. I have since had surgery for the cause of my vertigo, however I continue to wear my blue tint glasses for the calming affect that they provide.”