These are common symptoms of vision-related health and learning problems.
- Avoids reading
- Loses place while reading
- Words move or "swim" on the page
- Reverses letters or numbers
- Homework takes too long
- Short attention span in reading or copying
- Bright but does poorly on tests
- Eye strain
- Frequently closes or covers one eye, tendency to squint or favor vision in one eye
If you think that you or someone you know could benefit from vision therapy, schedule an appointment with Dr. Raber or Dr. Shrock for a comprehensive vision exam.
Schedule Your Full Vision Exam
Our comprehensive exam can reveal the hidden vision problems behind frequent headaches, reading/writing struggles, and blurred or double vision. We want to help you see better so you can live better.
We will test for eye health, acuity (ability to focus at distance), convergence (ability to turn eyes together), eye pursuits/saccades (eye movements), accommodation (ability to make vision clear), and visual processing (connection between the visual system and the brain).