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Convergence Insufficiency (BV Disorder)

 

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EyePrint Pro 

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Glaucoma

Ischemic Optic Neuropathy

Keratoconus Management

Loss of Vision

Macular Degeneration

Macular Hole

Myopia Management

Occupational Therapy

Ocularmotor Dysfunction

Ocular Prosthetics

Optic Neuritis

Optic Neuropathy

 

Red Eye

Refractive Error

Retinal Tear & Detachment

Strabismus & Amblyopia

Trauma

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Vision Disorders

Vision Rehabilitation

Vision Therapy

 

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Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy (link to VEE page)

A visual efficiency exam is a series of tests that evaluate a patient’s vision skills with particular emphasis on visual acuity, refractive status, accommodative function, binocular function, oculomotor function.

Visual Eye Exams

Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy

Vision rehabilitation is the process of treatment and education that helps individuals who are visually disabled attain maximum function, a sense of well-being, a personally satisfying level of independence, and optimum quality of life. Function is maximized by evaluation, diagnosis and treatment including, but not limited to, the prescription of optical, non-optical, electronic and/or other treatments. The rehabilitation process includes the development of an individual rehabilitation plan specifying clinical therapy and/or instruction in compensatory approaches.

Vision Therapy

Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy

Vision Rehabilitation (aka "Low Vision")

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Vision Disorders

Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Urgent Care

If you have experience trauma to the eye, time may be of the essence. It is recommended that you see an eye care provider as soon as possible.

Trauma

Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy

Strabismus & Amblyopia

Advanced Ophthalmic Care; Urgent Care

People of any age can develop a retinal tear or detachment. A retinal tear occurs when the clear material in the middle of the eye (vitreous) pulls away from the retina.  If fluid moves through the tear into the space below the retina, it can lead to a retinal detachment.

Retinal Tear & Detachment

Primary Eye Care

Refractive Error is a broad term that could apply to many eye conditions such as near or far sightedness, bifocals, myopia management or hyperopia. In the event of a refractive error, glass might be assigned to you. This guide will help you understand your glasses prescription

Refractive Error

Urgent Care

If you are experiencing a red eye, it may be a sign of infection or inflammation in/around the eye. Red eye can occur in one or both eyes, and may be accompanied by pain, discharge, blurry vision or itchiness.

Red Eye

Advanced Ophthalmic Care

Ischemic optic neuropathy is inflammation and/or swelling to the optic nerve.  This causes a sudden and painless decrease in vision.  It typically affects those over the age of 50 years.

Optic Neuropathy

Advanced Ophthalmic Care

Optic neuritis is inflammation and/or swelling to the optic nerve that typically affects young people. This causes a sudden and painless decrease in vision

Optic Neuritis

Cornea Center for Clinical Excellence

The loss of a natural eye, whether by disease or injury, is a very traumatic experience. Initial fears regarding the fitting process can be alleviated with some explanation by the Ocularist.

Ocular Prosthetics

Pediatrics | Binocular Vision | Vision Therapy

Oculomotor Dysfunction (Eye Tracking Disorder) refers to difficulty following a moving target (pursuits) or moving the eyes quickly and accurately from one target to another (saccades). It is a common condition in school-aged children and may interfere with their ability to read efficiently or to play sports (e.g., keeping the eye on the ball).

Ocularmotor Dysfunction

Alfred and Sarah Rosenbloom Center for Vision and Aging

Vision impairment can lead to a loss of independence and even result in growing feelings of depression. Occupational therapy addresses the functional skills of patients to enhance performance in their daily life. Occupational therapists teach patients how to function with sub-optimal vision and makes the activities of daily living more independently manageable.

Occupational Therapy

Cornea Center for Clinical Excellence

The Center for Myopia Control specializes in optometric care of children and young adults with myopia. In addition to providing conventional glasses to clear vision, our services include options for controlling the progression of myopia.

Myopia Management

Advanced Ophthalmic Care; Alfred and Sarah Rosenbloom Center for Vision and Aging

Macular hole is a condition that affects the macula which is responsible for central vision.  It is most commonly due to aging, but it can form following injury, inflammation or surgery to the eye.  Individuals will note a blurred central vision at distance and near.

Macular Hole

Advanced Ophthalmic Care; Alfred and Sarah Rosenbloom Center for Vision and Aging

Macular Degeneration is a condition that affects the macula which is responsible for central vision.  With early and late stage disease, the ability to read small print, see faces clearly and driving become difficult.

Macular Degeneration

Urgent Care

If you are experiencing loss of vision, it is recommended that you see an eye care provider as soon as possible. In some cases, loss of vision can be fully or partially recovered if treated quickly.

Loss of Vision

Advanced Ophthalmic Care; Alfred and Sarah Rosenbloom Center for Vision and Aging

Ischemic optic neuropathy is inflamation and/or swelling to the optic nerve. This causes a sudden and painless decrease in vision. It typically affects those over the age of 50 years.

Ischemic Optic Neuropathy

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