Several Vision Therapy Diagnoses

Below are brief explanations of some Vision Therapy diagnoses, like convergence insufficiency, convergence excess, accommodative disorder, oculomotor dysfunction, and strabismus.

These visual conditions can best be treated with Optometric Vision Therapy because OVT enables an individual to learn more efficient ways to perform visually. OVT is an established, medically necessary therapy that is best prescribed by an optometrist. It can improve visual function, much like physical therapy can improve general motor function.

The Optometrist specializing in OVT, a Behavioral or Developmental Optometrist, performs clinical tests to determine the presence of visual deficiencies in the patient.

Here are some of the diagnoses that the Behavioral Optometrist determines. Click the links to learn more.

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Vision Therapy Diagnoses
Below are brief explanations of some Vision Therapy diagnoses, like convergence insufficiency, convergence excess, accommodative disorder, oculomotor dysfunction, and strabismus.

Oculomotor Dysfunction Treatment
Oculomotor Dysfunction (OMD) is a condition of deficient eye tracking skills.

Accommodative Disorders
Accommodative Insufficiency (AI) is a condition of deficient focusing skills at near.

Binocular Dysfunction
Binocular Dysfunction is the inability to coordinate the eyes together effectively. It reflects the brain’s inability to align and coordinate both eyes as a team. With this condition, the eyes have difficulty functioning efficiently or simultaneously.