PLEASE NOTE - we do NOT see urgent/emergency care (ie. sudden onset) cases.  If you have sudden onset double vision, missing parts of your vision, vision loss, flashes of light and/or floaters in your vision please immediately call your primary eye care provider (optometrist/ophthalmologist) or go to your local emergency room.


  • Neuro-Optometric Evaluation

    • Every patient is different.  A comprehensive neuro-optometric examination evaluates the aspects of vision from the eye to the brain that can be affected by damage to the central and peripheral nervous system.  These diagnostic tests may include and/or evaluate

      • How well you see - visual acuity (clarity), contrast sensitivity, color vision, peripheral vision, light sensitivity and pupil reaction, refractive prescription, eye health

      • How well your eyes work together as a team- eye alignment, eye movements (sensorimotor/oculomotor examination)  

      • How the eyes move while your head is moving and/or stationary (vestibular-oculomotor)

      • How well the brain interprets what you see - visual processing (speed, recognition, orientation)

      • Please visit the FAQ tab for even more information about the neuro-optometric examination

    • The goal of the initial neuro-optometric evaluation is to determine what is the cause of the visual complaint and work together with the patient and family to create the best individualized treatment plan

  • Treatment options may include but are not limited to

    • Prism glasses to help double vision, gaze limitations, visual field restrictions

    • Tinted lenses for patients with contrast sensitivity loss and/or light sensitivity

    • Orthoptics vision therapy (see FAQ)

    • Extensive patient education on lifestyle adaptations

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