Vision Therapy

Dr. Claudia Lee is committed to providing you and your family with efficient, personalized, and quality eye care.
She takes pride in providing the highest standard of excellence in her vision and eye health examination.
Your eye health is her number one priority.

Do you get headaches with near work/reading? Do you ever see double or get blurry vision when trying to focus up close? Do you have a child who is smart but seems to struggle with reading? Functional vision problems that can affect you even if already got checked for glasses.

Dr. Claudia Lee is a Board-Certified Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD) Developmental Optometrist in Newmarket, offering the following Vision Therapy services:

Specialty exams to assess the function of the two eyes, how the eyes move, focus, and work together. 

Assessment of the visual cognitive skills used for extracting and organizing visual information from the environment. Important for reading

Custom programs to develop eye movement, focusing, eye teaming skills, visual processing and depth perception.

As a Doctor of Optometry, Dr. Claudia Lee can prescribe glasses and contact lenses, and she can also diagnose and manage ocular diseases such as dry eyes, glaucoma and macular degeneration.

Comprehensive evaluation of the health of your eyes, assessment of your vision and check of your glasses prescription.

Annual eye exams to manage unique challenges caused by diabetes, including the detection and management of diabetic retinopathy.

Emergency care for sudden reduced vision, new flashes of light or floaters, eye redness, discharge or pain, or eye injuries.

Consultations on your candidacy for laser refractive surgery (LASIK/PRK), and post-operative care.

Determination of accurate prescriptions for contact lenses, selecting the correct size, and insertion and removal training.

Comprehensive eye exams to fulfill RCMP and Police Services Vision Standards required as part of policing admissions processes.



17205 Leslie St. unit 14, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8E4 Phone: (905) 898-8700


N came to us because he was diagnosed with alternating exotropia, meaning both of his eyes took turns turning outwards. N had poor control over his eye movement skills and tended to move his head along with moving his eye, instead of being able to separate the two.

After vision therapy, N’s family members said they didn’t notice his eyes turn nearly as much as they used to, and N was much more aware of it. If it did happen, he could now have the awareness and control to realign them. Congratulations N! We will miss you and your love of hockey and playing new games!
M first started coming to us in grade 1 because she was having difficulty with reading and she really disliked it. She kept losing her place, skipping words, and reversing letters. She couldn’t seem to remember any words longer than 3 letters.

After vision therapy, she no longer loses her place or skip words, and has gotten much better at reading! She has even started to enjoy it, and her mom said she picked out some English books to read, even though she only practices in French at school! She was also able to learn to spell tricky words like “friend.”