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Tailored Vision Therapy Solutions for Individual Needs

At Neuro Vision Specialist, we offer a range of specialized vision therapy options designed to cater to each patient’s unique requirements. Our diagnostic process ensures a personalized approach to treatment, including:

Compensatory Lenses: Restore standard visual acuity and compensate for individual maladaptation, providing immediate clarity without addressing underlying issues.

Lens Therapy Programs: Guiding future changes in visual status towards a less adapted state, improving performance by reducing visual stress, and enhancing coordination between the spatial world and reality.

Training Lenses with Vision Therapy: Combined programs to address specific visual challenges and enhance overall visual function.


Our therapy options include:

  • Peripheral Vision Enhancement Lenses: Improve processing of peripheral vision, aiding in understanding surroundings and addressing issues like 3D perception, concentration, and more.
  • Distance Clarity Lenses: Compensate for poor distance vision, ensuring clear vision even from a distance, measured as 20/20 vision.
  • Prism Lenses: Correct head tilts, manage eye movement disorders, and alleviate double vision, serving as both corrective and training tools during vision therapy.
  • Stress-Relieving Lenses: Reduce eye strain when focusing on near objects, ideal for reading, schoolwork, or indoor tasks during vision therapy sessions.
  • Shortsightedness Lenses: Slow down myopia progression in children, especially effective when combined with vision therapy or orthokeratology.
  • Therapeutic Glasses: Target root causes of visual problems and improve performance in line with visual demands.
  • Size Lenses: Custom-designed to enhance binocular vision, reducing discomfort and improving depth perception by rectifying differences in image size and shape seen by each eye.

For a comprehensive understanding of your condition and personalized treatment recommendations, please consult our experienced vision specialists at Neuro Vision Specialist.


The type of lens prescribed to you is of utmost importance. If you encounter any of the following symptoms, please keep in mind that it may take a few days or even a few weeks for your eyes and brain to fully adjust to your new eyewear. The prescribed lens serves not only to provide clear vision but also to realign your visual system in a passive therapy.

During the adaptation period, you may experience the following symptoms:

  1. Blurry vision
  2. Eye strain
  3. Dizziness and nausea
  4. Headaches
  5. “Barrel distortion,” where objects may appear distorted
  6. “Fishbowl effect,” where the field of vision may seem as if it’s being bent along the edges