Treating Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) Without the patch
When a child has an eye turn or lazy eye, many parents only think of the cosmetic problems this may cause. But a a turned or lazy eye has huge impacts on a child's ability to see 3-D, see clearly, and use both eyes to succeed in school.
Dr. Philip Raber OD is Stark and Wayne County’s expert in vision therapy and treating amblyopia without the patch. Dr. Raber is a developmental optometrist and fellow with the College of Optometrists in Visual Development. Dr. Raber is passionate about correct visual-related learning problems by helping children build visual skills so they can see better and read better.
If you or a family member are seeking treatment for visual headaches, reading problems, amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (eye turn), vision fatigue, or other learning-related vision problems, Dr. Raber and his experienced, certified staff of vision therapists provide comprehensive vision testing including sensory-motor and perceptual testing, as well as primitive reflex integration and reading skills testing.
At Cornerstone Vision Development Center, Dr. Raber offers full testing and vision therapy services for patients recovering from traumatic brain injury like stroke and concussion and patients struggling with reading because of visual-learning deficit. Visit CornestoneVDC.com to learn more about. Dr. Raber and vision therapy or call Cornestone’s Canton Office at 330-451-2040 or Cornerstone’s Kidron office at 330-816-003.