Eyestrain

Eyestrain

Eye Focusing Problems Accommodative dysfunction is the medical wording for an eye focusing problem.  An eye focusing problem is the inability to adjust the focus of the eyes to see objects at different distances. This inability can cause blurred vision,...

Amblyopia

Amblyopia

Amblyopia, or lazy eye, is a common eye condition found in about 1 out of 30 people. It is  usually caused by an undetected need for glasses in an infant or toddler, but can result from an eye turn. When one eye has normal eyesight and the other eye has...

Convergence Insufficiency

Convergence Insufficiency

The way our eyes team together and focus directly affects our ability to read, process and understand information. When our two eyes do not team together to make a single image, symptoms like double vision, headaches, poor depth perception, and tired or sore eyes may...

Tracking

Tracking

Eye Movement (Tracking) Problems Oculomotor Dysfunction, also known as an eye-tracking problem, occurs when there is a developmental delay or neurological event that interferes with the brain’s ability to effectively coordinate the eyes to fixate, follow,...

Strabismus

Strabismus

Strabismus: NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT Our visual systems are designed to take a separate picture with each eye and have the pictures married in our brains (binocular fusion). Without fusion, we are at risk of double vision. The combination of the two pictures creates a...

Sports Vision Improvement Training

Whether you are a weekend warrior or serious athlete, The Vision Therapy Institute can give you a competitive advantage by improving your dynamic visual acuity, hand-eye coordination, depth perception, visual tracking and reaction time. By teaching our...