Vision therapy is a form of physical therapy in which the eyes and the brain are subjected to exercises with the goal of correcting deficiencies affecting one’s perception and cognitive tendencies. Customized to fit patients with visual challenges, these therapies can benefit both children and adults and improve quality of life. Read on to learn more.
About 4% of the U.S. population has strabismus. It is the failure of both eyes to achieve binocular vision due to one’s misalignment. This condition is a result of an abnormality of the neuromuscular control of the eye movement. Read on for a closer look.
Vision therapy is a non-surgical treatment that aims to improve your vision through individualized eye exercises and activities. It can correct visual-motor and/or perceptual-cognitive deficiencies, which cannot be done with traditional eyeglasses or contact lenses. This can also help develop your vision skills, such as eye movement control and eye coordination.