The Vision Learning Center was established to provide diagnostic and treatment services to patients with a wide range of functional vision disorders, such as strabismus, amblyopia, eye movement disorders, visual motor dysfunctions and learning related vision problems.
Studies show that approximately one half of the population over three years of age may require treatment for a vision problem. Among school age children, vision disorders may affect one in four. Many have refractive problems of myopia, excessive hyperopia, or astigmatism that require glasses. Early evaluation and intervention is critical in treating these functional vision disorders.
Appropriate academic performance, vocational achievement, and efficiency in eye-hand sports all require efficient vision. Vision Therapy and glasses can help individuals achieve maximum potentials in these areas.
What is Vision
Eyesight is the sensory ability of the eyes to distinguish small details. It is only one component of vision. Vision is the cognitive act which enables us to look at an object and not only identify it but to determine where it is, its size, its distance from the observer, its rate of movement, its texture, and everything else that can be determined by visual inspection.