• ADVANCED VISION, BEYOND GLASSES
    Wondering who to call for vision problems that glasses don't correct? Call the experts at Advanced Vision Therapy Center.
  • VISION ASSESSMENTS AND TREATMENT
    for Acquired Brain Injury following trauma or a stroke.
  • IMPROVE SPORTS PERFORMANCE
    Vision problems can prevent an athlete from reaching optimum performance.
  • VISION INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
    80% of what a child learns is visual. How well your child sees affects development and learning.
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With over 20 years of proven success, you can trust Advanced Vision Therapy Center to provide the care you need.

Our Clinical Director is Idaho's only residency trained optometrist in vision therapy and neuro-optometry.  His residency at University of California, Berkeley means he has the expertise and experience to treat even the most complex cases.

Read what our patients have to say.

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The topic of vision and learning comes up on a daily basis. Parents, teachers, therapists, and even students are always asking if vision could be the cause of academic struggles. Considering that 80% or more of classroom learning occurs through the visual system, it is quite possible that academic struggles are due to a vision problem. During this blog we will discuss vision problems that can affect academic performance and clarify the differences between vision-related learning difficulties... Read More
During our last blog "Oculomotor Dysfunction Following an Acquired Brain Injury," we discussed an article that reported 90% of traumatic brain injury patients and 86.7% of stroke patients experienced vision problems classified as oculomotor dysfunction. This week we will discuss how the various types of oculomotor dysfunction can be treated and rehabilitated.  Fortunately there are multiple treatment options available to patients, some of which you may already be familiar with and others that ... Read More
Sports Vision Training is an under-represented part of an athlete's overall training program. Athletes train nearly year round for their sport; honing their skills, strengthening their muscles, and conditioning. Despite these efforts, many athletes fall into slumps, perform inconsistently, or fail to reach their personal goals for the season. For some of these athletes, faltering performance is linking to deficient visual skills. Fortunately, many of these vision skills can be improved quite e... Read More
You may be surprised to find out that 90% of the traumatic brain injury patients and 86.7% of the stroke patients experience a vision problem that can be classified as oculomotor dysfunction. These vision problems can result in double vision, blurry vision, difficulty following/tracking targets, oculomotor-related reading problems, and eye discomfort. Despite the presence of oculomotor dysfunction, many of these patients are still able to see 20/20 on the eye chart and have eyes that are deeme... Read More
It is estimated that 4-5 million concussions occur annually, making a concussion the most common type of mild traumatic brain injury. A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that changes the way your brain functions. The vast majority of concussions do NOT result in a loss of consciousness, making diagnosis more challenging than previously thought. The majority of concussions result by blunt trauma, or a blow to the head. In children, the most common cause of concussions is sports, sp... Read More
 Last week we talked about some of the most common conditions affecting children of preschool age. This week we are going to outline some of the signs that parents and teachers can look for that may indicate an undiagnosed vision problem. If a vision problem is suspected, we recommend a comprehensive examination with a residency-trained pediatric optometrist.... Read More
10% of preschoolers have an eye or vision problem that can affect success in school. During this entry we are going to discuss some of the most common vision conditions that affect children of preschool age. During preschool, a child is developing at a rapid rate and so is their visual system. they are refining the visual skills they already have and are developing new ones as well. Vision plays a major role in eye-hand-body coordination, fine motor skills, and overall development and learni... Read More
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Boise , Idaho , 83704 USA
Phone:  208-377-1310
Fax:  208-321-1952