An in-depth, specialized assessment is necessary when a routine eye examination does not effectively diagnose vision problems or identify visual system deficits. Advanced Vision Therapy Center offers three types of assessments, each tailored to specific areas of visual function. 


Binocular Vision Assessment; Advanced Vision Therapy Center Boise IdahoBinocular Vision Assessment:

This is an assessment of eye teaming and visual perceptual abilities. Individuals who benefit from a binocular vision assessment often complain of double vision, eyestrain, visual fatigue, or difficulties in school (such as reading, copying from the board, or inconsistent performance). Anyone who has been diagnosed with strabismus (eye turn or wandering eye) or amblyopia (lazy eye) should have a binocular vision assessment.




Athlete Vision Assessment; Advanced Vision Therapy Center Boise IdahoAthlete Vision Assessment:

This is an assessment for athletes of all ability level who wish to maximize visual performance. Our team will evaluate your visual abilities as they relate to your athletic demands. For this reason, an athlete vision assessment for a soccer player will look very different than the assessment for a baseball player. Depending on the level of competition the assessment can be position-specific, meaning the assessment for a center fielder will differ from that of the pitcher.




Neuro-Optometric Assessment; Advanced Vision Therapy Center Boise IdahoNeuro-Optometric Assessment:

This is an assessment that investigates the visual effects of an acquired brain injury. Traumatic brain injury (including concussions), ischemic events (such as a stroke), and inflammation of the brain are all considered to be forms of acquired brain injury and as such can affect your vision. During our neuro-optometric assessment, we will determine how your vision, visual skills, and visual perceptual abilities have been affected. More importantly, we will determine how to help you improve.



Not sure which type of vision assessment is right for you? Call 208.377.1310 and we can help you determine which type of assessment is right for you.  Whether you are in need of a developmental optometrist, residency-trained pediatric optometrist, or someone who is residency trained in neuro-optometry, binocular vision, and vision therapy, Advanced Vision Therapy Center is the place for you.  With more than 20 years of experience and Idaho's only optometrists residency-trained in pediatrics, neuro-optometry, binocular vision, and vision therapy, Advanced Vision Therapy has both the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your visual goals. The experts at Advanced Vision Therapy Center routinely provide assessments for people in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Kuna, Mountain Home, the surrounding Idaho areas, Oregon, Nevada, and Utah.




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With over 25 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 and is a Fellow of the American Academy of 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.

  Vision therapy can be a bit unfamiliar to some people. We are going to begin this blog by discussing briefly when vision therapy is used. Many visual conditions can be effectively treated and managed with prescription glasses or contact lenses. However, for other visual conditions (convergence insufficiency, binocular vision dysfunction, etc) prescription glasses or contact lenses cannot correct the vision problem. It is in these cases that vision therapy may be prescribed.   ... Read More
  Many people are unaware of the differences between an optometrist, a neuro-optometrist, and a behavioral or developmental optometrist. Sure, they sound alike but the services they provide are quite different. And if you, or someone you know, has a vision problem that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses this blog is for you.   ... Read More
  At Advanced Vision Therapy Center our results speak for themselves. Jonah, however, wanted to share his story with you. We invite you to watch this short video to learn more about Jonah's experience and success.   ... Read More
  It's a dangerous world we live in today! With October upon us, people are thinking about spooky, creepy crawly things, and of course things that go bump in the night. Most ghoul hunters know that to protect themselves from the evil lurking in the shadows this time of year, they need the necessities such as garlic, silver bullets, a know, for protection.     ... Read More
  Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a term used within the medical community to describe an injury to the brain which is not hereditary, congenital or degenerative. Traumatic Brain Injury can be result from a blow to the head, whiplash, seizure disorders, tumors, stroke, toxic exposure, or infectious diseases to name a few. The incidence of prevalence of brain injury outnumbers breast cancer, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis and HIV/AIDs combined.   ... Read More
  Many people have heard of vision therapy, but don't know a lot about it. As with any type of therapy, the effectiveness of the program is dependent upon several factors. It is advisable to ask questions and do your homework. Vision therapy programs vary greatly from provider to provider.   ... Read More
  Everyday in our schools students are presented with information that they are required to look at, interpret, and process that information. For years it was believed that the eyes had nothing to do with learning. That is definitely not the case. Did you know it is estimated that 80% of what we learn is through visual information?     ... Read More
  Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is a common eye-teaming problem which occurs when the eyes are unable to maintain the ocular posture necessary for reading or near tasks. Convergence Insufficiency results from misalignment of the eyes when focusing on up close, such as when reading. The eyes have a strong tendency to drift outward when reading or doing close up work. The exact cause is unknown.    ... Read More
  After this abnormally tedious Boise winter, we are all ready to get outside and play in the sun! Hold on though, before you rush outside, have you taken the necessary precautions to protect yourself for ultraviolet rays? There are three types of ultraviolet rays, these wavelengths are not visible to the human eye and are shorter than violet wavelengths of light.    ... Read More
  Whether you are playing sports as a hobby or competitively there is a lot to consider. Are you using proper form? Is your equipment up to date? Are you warmed up? Are you wearing the appropriate safety gear? Is your opponent looking bigger and stronger than last time? Seriously, did he grow six inches? Whatever your thought process or preparation is you may be missing a key step. Are you wearing your protective eye-wear?   ... Read More
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7960 W. Rifleman Street, #155
Boise , Idaho , 83704 USA
Phone:  208-377-1310
Fax:  208-321-1952