Vision Therapy

The phrase "vision therapy" (VT) refers to a number of alternative medical procedures centred around eye exercises that have not been shown effective in clinical trials. A degree of neurological, educational, and spatial issues are said to be remedied by the treatments, along with convergence inadequacies. If a thorough eye exam identifies vision therapy as an appropriate treatment option, it may be approved. Based on standardised test results and the patient's symptoms and indicators, the specific therapeutic plan is developed. The majority of programmes call for eye exercises, the use of specialist equipment, computer programmes, occluders, lenses, filters, and prisms, among other things.

  • Focusing (to enhance close viewing)
  • Tracking
  • Eye teaming
  • Eye turn (strabismus)
  • Ambylopia (lazy eye)

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