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  • Sara's Graduation!
    Sara's tired eyes, blurred vision, and struggles with math all improved through her vision therapy program.  She was diagnosed with oculomotor dysfunction (trouble moving her eyes accurately) and accommodative spasm Read more
  • Zach's Graduation!
    Zachary's main concerns were difficulty with reading and school work.  Academically, Zach is in the gifted program at school.  However, he wanted to read and complete assignments faster.  By the Read more
  • Mitch's Graduation!
    Success story from vision therapy for patient with ADHD and Autism Read more
  • Meigan's Graduation!
    Meigan and her family came to Cornerstone concerned about her frequent headaches, eyestrain, and trouble with mixing letters and numbers. Her small eye turn "esotropia" and inability to sustain clarity "accomodative insufficiency" were both greatly improved through vision therapy. By week 24, she was noted to be asymptomatic-- eyestrain vanquished! She noted improved visual recall, more ease in understanding school work and in parking her car and driving! We certainly miss Meigan's sweet spirit in office, but are so proud of the work she put in to experience such great triumphs! Read more
  • Logan's Graduation Excerpt!
    Logan had a number of struggles including trouble with reading and comprehension. He also struggled with controlling some foundational gross- and fine-motor movements. Read more
  • Camdyn's Graduation Excerpt!
    In addition to his reported symptoms, our findings included problems in eye movements, in accommodation (focus control), and convergence (eye teaming control). He also tested positive for several foundational movements, also known as primitive reflexes. Read more
  • Things Your Eyes DO! An Introduction to Visual Skills
    Visual skills are developed over time, like learning to ride a bike or play the piano. When they don’t develop typically, or if you have a hard time teaming your eyes at certain distances, they can hold you back. Read more
  • Ella's Graduation Excerpt!
    Ella was one of the most high-achieving patients we’ve had the pleasure of coaching. She is part of a demographic in which scholastic achievement is of no concern. Becoming highly “myopic/nearsighted,” however, was on our radar. Read more
  • Emma's Graduation Excerpt!
    Emma started her 6-month program with a condition called “convergence insufficiency,” meaning her eyes couldn’t work together for looking up close, as well as blurred vision due to an accommodative (eye focusing) problem. Through a lot of perseverance (her changes happened all at once about 5 months into the program!), Emma has moved from disliking reading, skipping words and lines, and regular eye strain to being symptom free! Read more
  • Kaege's Graduation Excerpt!
    Kaege’s main diagnosis was amblyopia, or lazy eye. In his case, although his “student” eye doesn’t turn (that’s strabismus, a sometimes-separate diagnosis), it doesn’t see as clearly as his dominant eye. A lot of times, for someone with amblyopia, both eyes have trouble moving and focusing accurately, too. Read more
  • Trevan's Gradutation Excerpt!
    Although he was excelling in school, our concern for Trevan was that his poor accommodative skills (that's the focus/ clearing work they learn to do!) would push him into needing stronger and stronger lenses to do the work for him. Read more
  • Eye Movements 101: Fixation
    Accurate fixations married with a good dose of peripheral awareness are key components of an expanse of tasks. Here are three examples you might relate to: In reading, “chunking” words into phrases. In sports, the ability to notice who is open while dribbling down the field/ court. In driving, glancing at the rearview mirror without losing track of the road. Fixation is also the key foundation for other visual skills. Smooth, slow motions-- pursuits-- and quick eye jumps-- saccades-- are both built on one’s ability to control how his/ her eye is pointed. Read more
  • Things Your Eyes DO! Why doesn't everyone see 20/20? (Part 2)
    A basic overview of hyperiopia (farsightedness), myopia (nearsightedness), and astigmatism. Read more
  • Things Your Eyes DO! Why doesn't everyone see 20/20? (Part 1)
    Refraction is a way of measuring clarity of vision, or acuity. An average acuity is measured to be 20/20. But some people are nearsighted or farsighted, making it difficult to see clearly at distance or near. Read more
  • Did you know? 1-in-4 students have a vision problem!
    Did you know?  1-in-4 students have a vision problem! Did you know? 1-in-4 students has a vision problem that interferes with learning! These problems are more than poor eyesight that can Read more


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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""It has greatly helped my headaches. I don't get nearly as many headaches and I feel better, too.""
    Rachel
  • ""I think that vision therapy has helped me a lot. I am more interested in reading and like to read for a longer time. My homework is also a lot easier. I can do it in less time and do not feel so frustrated when I am doing homework. I also have better grades in most subjects.""
    Rebecca
  • ""My reading speed has increased and I finish my homework in less time. I don't feel so tired.""
    Ben