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Vision therapy is an integrative type of physical therapy that is used to enhance and correct vision problems in children and adults. Vision therapy takes into account the physical elements of sight, such as binocular function and visual acuity, as well as the neurological aspects, such as how your brain receives information from your eyes.
Our vision is a highly complex operation that relies on many systems within our body. Vision therapy addresses how these systems process information and work together.
When vision therapy is prescribed, a variety of factors are taken into account. These include standardized test results, findings from your comprehensive eye exam, as well as signs and symptoms specific to you and your individual case.
Your optometrist may utilize tools such as:
Often, vision therapy includes a combination of in-office and at-home exercises.
We are located at the corner of Portage Rd. and Colborne St., in the same complex as the Shoppers Drug Mart and Stamford Centre Library.