If like many of us, you haven’t heard about vision therapy before, there can be a lot to know. Keep reading to learn what vision therapy is and who benefits from vision therapy.
Let’s start with what vision therapy is. Vision therapy is a customized treatment program designed to improve vision skills and restrain the visual system.
Vision therapy can be used for children, adults, or the elderly.
Who does vision therapy help? Vision therapy helps people with learning and reading problems. When words on a page go blurry or double, vision therapy can help to correct these issues and improve reading performance.
What else can vision therapy treat? It is also very effective at helping treat lazy eyes. Vision therapy treats lazy eyes by strengthening the lazy eye and training the two eyes to work together as a team.
Vision therapy can also treat problems related to brain injuries or surgeries. People with these conditions can benefit from vision therapy in ways such as helping to relieve headaches, double vision, and balance issues.
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