Summary of Research on the Efficacy of Vision Therapy for Specific Visual Dysfunctions

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  The professionals in vision care at Austin Vision Therapy Center (The Center for Vision Development) are specialists in optometric vision therapy and vision rehabilitation and have seen excellent results when using a variety of treatment options for patients of all ages. With a practice that is dedicated not only for adult vision therapy but… Read more »

What is Amblyopia and How is it Treated?

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Pictured above, Akansha plays Amblyopia iNet, a vision therapy computer program designed for patients who have amblyopia. This game can be found in our Austin vision care clinic, the Center for Vision Development.   What is Amblyopia?   Amblyopia (pronounced “am-blee-oh-pee-ah”) is a visual disorder most commonly known as “Lazy Eye.” It has many definitions… Read more »

Virtual Reality – A Cutting Edge Tool for Lazy Eye and Strabismus

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  “Vivid Vision has helped unlock Leo’s depth perception for the first time. It has been an important stepping stone for furthering his progress in vision therapy.”   At The Center for Vision Development, we are using virtual reality along with vision care austin therapy to treat eye teaming disorders such as amblyopia or “lazy… Read more »

Know More About Our Clinic

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About our Clinic  The Center for Vision Development is a visionary practice founded by Dr. Denise Smith in 2004 that is dedicated to the specialties of developmental, behavioral, pediatric, and neuro-optometry. We offer an unparalleled approach to vision development, learning disabilities, strabismus and amblyopia, attention deficit disorders, pediatric eye care, and traumatic brain injury. We… Read more »

Austin Vision Center Provides a Simple Question to Ask Children Who Struggle with Reading

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Scholastic success requires the ability to read and comprehend. However, for many children practice is not enough to learn how to read and frustration follows. The Austin Vision Center suggests that an important question to ask children who struggle is: “Do the words seem to come apart or separate when you look at them on… Read more »