Vision Therapy Helped With Peripheral Vision
G came to us because she had problems with reading. She often got blurry vision, and occasionally double vision, and had to wear reading glasses. G enjoyed reading, and was a quick reader, but she often lost her place. In addition to reading problems, G had some coordination problems such as imbalance between the left and right side of her body, making some sports difficult. For example, when ice skating, one foot tended to drag behind her and she would also bump into the walls.
After vision therapy, G rarely got blurry vision, and when she did get it, she was able to eliminate it quickly. Since her blurry vision was reduced so much, she didn’t find the need to wear her glasses as often as she did before therapy. G also found she was much better at coordinating her left and right side, and stopped dragging one foot behind in skating. She was also more aware of her surroundings and learned how to use her vision effectively to be aware of the whole ice rink, to avoid bumping into the walls, making skating much easier and more enjoyable. Congratulations G! We will miss you and your love of drawing and knowledge of animal facts.