Vision Therapy Exercises and Equipment for Amblyopia
Vision therapy makes use of lenses, prisms, filters, occluders, and other specialized equipment. This encourages the eyes to compensate and is referred to as passive vision therapy. Beyond that, a series of active exercises are used to retrain how the brain interacts and interprets visual inputs. Over the past few years, advanced digital therapies (including virtual reality devices) have turned traditional vision therapy activities into new, interactive, and exciting exercises to improve accommodation (focusing), fixation, saccades, pursuits (eye-tracking), and spatial skills (eye-hand coordination).
At Vision Therapy Center At Family Eye Care Center of Atlanta, Dr. Takeia Locke and board-certified vision therapists treat amblyopia with proven office-based vision therapy for optimal results. All of our sessions are one-on-one (therapist-to-patient) and are conducted under a doctor's supervision. We help patients develop binocular vision and depth perception by making use of the latest technology and methods, thus ensuring that the treatment is effective yet enjoyable. Our personalized vision therapy program is designed for people of all ages.
Do you or someone you know have amblyopia? Get in touch with us today and we’ll offer you a highly effective vision therapy program for an enhanced quality of life.
We serve patients from Buckhead, Atlanta, Vinings, Brookhaven, and throughout Georgia.