Children’s exam

Vision Therapy

Vision is more than 20/20 eyesight. 

 It’s not enough to see clearly. Sight is a steering mechanism; it can only provide feedback regarding what is happening. Vision is a learned skill, just like walking and talking. It allows a person to change focus quickly, see over a large area, recognize objects or persons with one short look, and much more. 
For many people, reading and hand-eye coordination tasks are very difficult.  Vision Therapy is a treatment used to correct or improve specific dysfunctions of the vision system. It includes, but is not limited to, the treatment of strabismus, accommodation, amblyopia, ocular motor function and visual-perception-motor abilities.

We provide Vision Therapy to help individuals learn how to process visual information and develop better hand-eye coordination skills. Please call us for more information or to schedule a consultation or appointment.

Eight-year-old Brooke passed the 20/20 eye chart test with flying colors. Yet she saw letters move around on the page, words and letters disappear, and the print go in and out of focus. When asked if she had ever told her parents or teacher that this was happening, Brook replied, “No, I thought books did that to everyone.” Children with learning related vision problems rarely report symptoms. They think everyone sees the same as they do.


If you believe your child may be having trouble with vision, please contact us for more information (716-434-8063). 

 We are a proud supporter of
(P.A.V.E.) Parents Active for Vision Education.

Signs that you/ your child have a vision problem:

Physical Clues
Red, sore or itching eyes
Jerky eye movements, one eye turning in or out
Squinting, eye rubbing, or excessive blinking
Blurred or double vision
Headaches, dizziness, or nausea after reading
Head tilting, closing or blocking one eye when reading
Performance Clues
Avoidance of near work
Frequent loss of place
mits, inserts, or rereads letters/words
Confuses similar looking words
Failure to recognize the same word in the next sentence
Poor reading comprehension
Letter or word reversals after first grade
Difficulty copying from the chalkboard
Poor handwriting, misaligns numbers
Book held too close to the eyes
Inconsistent or poor sports performance
Secondary Symptoms


Smart in everything but school
Low self-esteem, poor self image
Temper flare-ups, aggressiveness
Frequent crying
Short attention span
Fatigue, frustration, stress
Day dreaming
Attention Deficit Disorder
Slow learner
Behavioral problem
Juvenile Delinquent
Working below potential

Vision therapy for neuro rehabilitation

Contact lens exam


Treatment of eye disease, eye infections

Glaucoma Care

Age related macular degeneration

OCT, Ocular Coherence Tomography for monitoring and detection of glaucoma and macular disease

Payment Plans, Care Credit