SPORTS VISION TRAINING
Sports Vision Training at Advanced Vision Therapy Center is available for competitive athletes of any ability level who want to maximize their visual performance. Each program is tailored to the specific sport or position played by the athlete with an emphasis on unique visual demands. A Sports Vision Training Program improves the speed, precision and magnitude of an athlete's visual skills by incorporating visual training exercises and millisecond-specific biofeedback. You can gain a competitive edge - just like collegiate, semi-professional and professional athletes do - with a sports vision training program.
Vision Therapy at Advanced Vision Therapy Center is an evidence and research-based approach to treating conditions affected by deficits in eye tracking, eye teaming and eye focusing. Conditions such as convergence insufficiency, accommodative dysfunction, amblyopia (lazy eye), intermittent strabismus (eye turn) and oculomotor dysfunction (poor tracking) respond extremely well to vision therapy. Vision therapy addresses sensory deficits within the visual system through neurological change. Vision therapy creates a more coordinated visual system at a subconscious level to create lifelong improvements without the need for repeated therapy or a maintenance program.
NEURO-OPTOMETRIC VISION REHABILITATION
Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation at Advanced Vision Therapy Center allows for active rehabilitation of the visual system following an acquired brain injury (concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, etc). The visual system is often fragile and dysfunctional following an acquired brain injury. Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation re-establishes a stable visual system that provides clear, comfortable, single, consistent vision. Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation should be implemented early in any rehabilitation program for patients suffering from visual conditions or symptoms following an acquired brain injury.
VISUAL PROCESSING THERAPY
Visual Processing Therapy at Advanced Vision Therapy Center treats visual perceptual deficits, prolonged or delayed visual processing speed and poor visual working memory. Visual Processing Therapy incorporates millisecond-specific biofeedback and vision training activities to improve how quickly, accurately and efficiently visual information is processed by the brain. Visual Processing Therapy allows the individual to effectively organize incoming visual information from an ever-changing visual environment. It also allows the individual to keep pace with the demands of school, work, or time-sensitive tasks (such as driving).