Dr. Fabian Tai & Associates offers Vision Therapy.

Vision Therapy is a combination of skills, some of which include, but is not limited to tracking, fixation, focus change, depth perception, peripheral vision, binocularity and visualization. When one or more of these skills are lacking, it can cause difficulty with hand eye coordination, reading and other near work. Vision Therapy is an office based, doctor supervised treatment program that uses a series of eye exercises to improve one’s vision and many related areas of one’s life as well.

The first step in any Vision Therapy program is a comprehensive vision examination. Following a thorough evaluation, an Optometrist who specializes in vision development will advise the candidate as to whether Vision Therapy would be appropriate treatment.

Give our office a call to speak with a Vision Therapist and learn how we can help you.


Signs and Symptoms:

• Blur when looking at any distance.

• Double vision. (double or overlapping words on the page)

• Headaches during or after doing vision work.

• Words appear to run together when reading.

• Burning, itching, or watery eyes.

• Falling asleep when reading.

• Seeing and visual work is worse at the end of the day.

• Skips or repeats lines while reading.

• Dizziness or nausea when doing near work.

•Head tilts or one eye is closed or covered while reading.

• Difficulty copying from the blackboard.

• Avoids doing near vision work, such as reading, computer work or writing.

• Blur with night driving.

• Omits (drops out) small words while reading.

• Writes up or down hill.

• Misaligns digits or columns of numbers.

• Reading comprehension low, or declines as day wears on.

• Poor inconsistent performance in sports.

• Holds book too close, leans too close to computer screen.

• Trouble keeping attention centered on reading.

• Difficulty completing assignments on time.

• First response is “I can’t” before trying.

• Avoids sports and games.

• Poor hand/eye coordination, such as poor handwriting.

• Does not judge distances accurately.

• Clumsy, accident prone, knocks things over.

• Does not use or plan time well.

• Does not count or make change well.

• Loses belongings and things.

• Car or motion sickness.

• Forgetful, poor memory.

• Loves to be read to, but dislikes reading by themselves.

• Explores with their hands more than their eyes.

• Highly verbally developed at the expense of movement and visual development.