A binocular vision exam evaluates how your two eyes work as a team.
There are many children and adults that suffer from eye teaming problems and this can make learning and reading activities difficult. There are a wide variety of conditions such as crossed eyes (strabismus), lazy eye (amblyopia), and concussions or traumatic brain injury that can often be improved by vision therapy or rehabilitation exercises to build proper eye muscle strength and coordination. In addition, if the patient appears to have good vision but is still struggling with learning activities, a multi-part perceptual skills assessment may be necessary. This assessment looks at several systems such as visual perception, visual motor integration, fine motor, spatial awareness, laterality and directionality, auditory perception and discrimination, memory sequencing and reading-spelling strategies. Call or click to schedule a vision therapy session today.