Austin Vision Therapy Center Offers A Number Of Services Including Vision Therapy In Austin, TX

Austin Vision Therapy Center has a comprehensive list of services such as surgery and vision care in Austin, TX which addresses all common visual problems and eye disorders. Among all our services, our vision therapy in Austin is one that we are most proud of.


Which eye problem do you have?

Visual disorders are quite common among people of all ages, especially young children. In most cases, a patient’s eye may not collaborate with one another and so the brain receives mixed signals, which lead to difficulties in processing information. At times, a patient’s eyes cannot focus effectively and appear to be turned or misaligned.

In all these cases, vision may still be 20/20, but despite this the patient may have trouble in seeing and comprehending. Choose a suitable service, given on this page, and let us help with the problem. Before we start any treatment, we will conduct a comprehensive eye examination and test all visual skills. Accordingly, we will choose a suitable vision therapy option.

Vision Therapy

Austin vision therapy is the most effective solution for all eye problems. Featuring a number of visual aid tools, therapeutic session and even rehabilitation, this program tries to address the cause of the visual problem rather than the problem itself. Once the cause is dealt with and removed, the problem is automatically eliminated.

After treatment is over, the eyes learn to the work together as a team in an aligned manner, and can focus more effectively and properly.

Brain Injury (Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation)

If the patient’s head or brain has been impacted from a blow, the patient may have experienced a stroke or suffered from some other neurological dysfunction which results in brain injury. This may affect the patient’s ability to see and vision may become blurred or double, also the eyes become sensitive to light and ache often.

We can address this condition and use phototherapy programs or neuro-optometric rehabilitation therapy to improve vision.

Eye Surgery

Eye surgery does not always improve vision and is more of a cosmetic improvement technique. This option is recommended if the eyes appear turned or crossed.


A visual disorder is often accompanied by learning problems. More common at younger age, a child may find trouble in focusing and adjusting of nearby objects after seeing something at a farther distance.  Such children’s eyes cannot process information and so their learning suffers.

With treatment plans, we can help in developing the skills that are required to excel in both the classroom and the workplace.



Smart reading is based on visual memory, visualization and proper eye movement, but not everyone has these abilities. Our treatment programs foster these skills in every patient, making reading fun and easy for them.

Strabismus and Amblyopia

Strabismus and Amblyopia are more commonly known as crossed/turned eye and lazy eye. While strabismus is easy to detect, the same cannot be said for amblyopia. If any of these conditions is left untreated, visual problems may worsen and become permanent. We will evaluate the condition, and accordingly formulate a treatment plan.

Other Visual Disorders (Dyslexia, ADD and ADHD)

Dyslexia, ADD and ADHD are common disorders that are often confused with visual problems. Though the symptoms are similar, the causes are not. We can properly diagnose such problems and accordingly suggest a treatment.


Have a question? Got some confusion? Contact us if you want to learn more about our Austin Vision Center, and we will provide you with all the details.