4D Vision Gym

4D Vision Gym

Vision: The Hidden Barrier to Learning

Discover Your Potential

Vision: The Missing Piece to Your Productivity

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Vision: The Key to Your Competitive Edge

Discover Your Potential

Welcome To 4D Vision Gym

At 4D Vision Gym, our goal is to permanently transform our members' perception of the world and how they interact with it. We provide them with a strong foundation from which to excel by giving them the tools to become self-sufficient, confident, and empowered. Our unique, interactive, and hands-on approach to Vision Therapy allows our members to overcome their visual barriers. Our members find success in all the areas of life that are important to them - whether that be in their social, athletic, or academic endeavors. Families and patients are our top priorities. We foster a comfortable environment where our members feel at home.

In the words of one of our 4D parents...

"The staff at 4D are amazing and they have helped my children immensely! My children were struggling in school and reading, writing and spelling...and the progress is outstanding! I cannot say enough good things about 4D." ~ Michael K.

We help children and adults who have vision issues that interfere with their ability to read, to comprehend, to learn, to work, and even pay attention.

In 2009, Dr. Collier, a Behavioral Optometrist (or Developmental Optometrist), established the Optometric Vision Therapy Team with the goal of making this program of care more accessible to patients with medical insurance in the central region of Connecticut and beyond. Since then, Dr. Collier has opened her own practice in Cromwell, CT. She and her Vision Therapy team have provided an effective and practical solution for people of all ages who seek to enhance their vision and improve their daily lives. What started as a service only offered two days a week has now expanded to six days a week to accommodate more people.

About Us

A person's eyes certainly are a gateway for processing information and passing it to the brain. Some patients are not able to process these details as expected.

The Behavioral Optometrist's primary purpose is to figure out how a patient is interpreting visual stimulus and whether there is a gap between what ought to be noticed and precisely what is being interpreted. This person's eyesight might be "20/20" using eye charts, but their interpretation of information in their environment could possibly be off.

This is why treatment by a Behavioral Optometrist (also known as a Developmental Optometrist) can help.

What Is Vision Therapy?

Optometric Vision Therapy is an optometrist-supervised, treatment program that has successfully corrected specific visual challenges faced by children and adults.

We help adults and children who have vision issues that interfere with their ability to read, to comprehend, to learn, to work, and even to pay attention.

Vision Therapy -- a type of therapy for the eyes and brain -- is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency and some reading and learning disabilities. Many patients who have been told, "it's too late," or "you'll have to learn to live with it" have benefited from vision therapy.

We Welcome New Patients

Thank you for choosing 4D Vision Gym and Dr. Juanita Collier for your Vision Therapy needs.

Please know that our staff will do all we can to meet your expectations for quality patient care. We value the trust you have placed in us.

Vision Therapy is an extremely effective method of correcting vision problems. Its efficacy is based primarily on patient compliance and consistency. As a result, it is very important to limit the amount of cancellations and inconsistencies for the duration of your therapy program.

Each of our Vision Therapy patients is assigned a specific appointment that is continuous throughout their program. Patients are asked to commit to their assigned time slot throughout the duration of therapy.


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