ATHLETE VISION ASSESSMENT
An Athlete Vision Assessment is designed for competitive athletes of any ability level who wish to improve their game. Whether you are a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, improving visual performance translates to improved performance in athletic competition. Several sport-specific visual skills are evaluated and compared to those of professional athletes. Your Sports Vision Profile will be used by our team to prescribe sport-specific vision correction and to develop an individualized Sports Vision Training Program so you can compete at your best.
BINOCULAR VISION ASSESSMENT
A Binocular Vision Assessment is designed for both children and adults with vision conditions that impact visual performance and comfort in the classroom or in the work environment. Individuals who experience binocular vision dysfunction often experience eyestrain or fatigue, fluctuating or blurry vision, double vision (even occasional), headaches and difficulties performing visual tasks (especially reading and computer work). Age-appropriate testing is used to identify vision conditions that impact learning or the ability to comfortably work through the day's visual demands.
A Neuro-Optometric Assessment is designed to identify visual changes following an acquired brain injury (concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, etc) or those associated with neurological conditions (Parkinson's Disease, multiple sclerosis, seizure disorders, etc). Many people experience visual changes following an acquired brain injury. Early identification and treatment of these vision conditions is a critical component of your overall recovery. Lingering vision conditions present a barrier to overall rehabilitation as well as a return to normal life.
VISUAL PROCESSING ASSESSMENT
A Visual Processing Assessment is designed for individuals who have difficulties processing and organizing visual information. Once information is taken in by the visual system, it must be processed by the brain in order to make sense of an ever-changing visual environment. Visual perception, visual processing and working memory are evaluated to identify how quickly, accurately and efficiently visual information is processed by the brain. If difficulties are identified, treatment is prescribed to improve visual information processing.