Vision therapy is an individualized treatment program designed to treat a wide range of different visual problems. Vision therapy is not designed to strengthen eye muscles – rather it is designed to improve the brain processing that is responsible for the visual system! The large majority of vision problems are not a result of weak eye muscles, but instead a dysfunction in the connection between the eyes and the brain.

Our vision therapy program typically consists of once a week in-office therapy for 1 hour in conjunction with home therapy. We generally recommend that our patients practice their home exercises 5-6 days per week. The repetition of the vision therapy exercises is what helps the brain to develop and change in a positive way.


“If your child has been struggling with reading, writing or other visual tasks please consider pursuing vision therapy. My son has been struggling with reading since a car accident we were in, and traditional methods of reading remediation were not successfully addressing the issue on their own. Jessi at Vision Development Center in Craig, has helped my son make up lost ground and has helped him have fun while doing so!” - CVR