We’re Your Guide
To Your Best Vision
Ever consider the cause behind dizziness, reading & learning problems, subpar athletic ability, or headaches is your vision? Our eyesight is one of the core processes used to learn and interpret the world around us. Any developmental delay or misalignment in vision will decrease your ability to learn & function normally.
Solving these symptoms alone is like scaling a mountain without a guide. Reaching your goals may feel impossible at times, especially when other professionals offer little to no direction. This is due to the fact that few people can identify a subtle visual condition needing treatment. However, your eye doctor at VUE Vision Therapy can help.
Fortunately, Vision Therapy doesn’t succeed because of our efforts.
Peak visual performance is all from you!
Our vision relies on so many skills that go far beyond reading an eye chart. Tracking, motion, and fixation to name a few. Fortunately, our brain has the uncanny ability to fix itself.
Through our therapy program, our vision experts can retrain the undeveloped parts between your brain and vision.
Our vision therapists and eye doctors have studied and practiced vision therapy for numerous years, and we’ve guided numerous clinics across the world – let alone Canada – showing the efficacy of vision therapy & Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation.
Our hope is to ultimately teach you the tools and the knowledge needed to enjoy normal vision for the rest of your life, so you truly can enjoy the vue.
We VUE Vision Differently
Dr. Patrick Quaid and Dr. Daniel Cunningham
Q: What is Vision Therapy?
A: Vision therapy is an individualized treatment plan prescribed by a Doctor of Optometry. It is used to treat eye conditions, such as strabismus (eye turn) or amblyopia (“lazy eye”). Through Vision Therapy, a Doctor of Optometry also teaches, improves and/or reinforces important visual skills, such as eye tracking, eye focusing and eye teaming abilities. Without these visual skills, simple tasks like reading or copying notes from the board become difficult. Skipping words or lines while reading, using a finger while reading, blurry near vision, double vision, eyestrain and/or eye fatigue are also common symptoms.