Holistic medical care is defined as an approach characterized by the treatment of the whole person rather than just symptoms of a disease.

Our practice, Holistic Vision, embraces the complex nature of vision which integrates processing visual information, critical to our sense of balance, coordination, reading ability, mental focus and visual comfort. Optimal visual function is dependent on a healthy nervous system and is affected by general wellness, nutrition, and stress management.

Holistic Vision considers the effects on vision of a person’s emotional, social and physical well being as a basis to guide testing and treatment.

Holistic Vision Evaluations are Recommended for:

  • Difficult vision problems
  • Double vision
  • Depth perception difficulties
  • Eye strain
  • Concussion and head trauma
  • Stroke
  • Dizziness and balance issues
  • Learning related visual issues
  • Crossed eyes (strabismus)
  • Vertical heterophoria
  • Binocular Vision Dysfunction
  • Convergence Insufficiency
  • Lazy eye (amblyopia)
  • Light sensitivity (photophobia)
  • Mears-Irlen Syndrome

Holistic Vision Treatments include:

  • Optometric Vision Therapy
  • Binocular Vision Enhancement
  • Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation
  • Occlusion therapies
  • Eye tracking technology
  • Syntonic Light Therapy
  • Therapeutic lens tints
  • Z Bell/Zelinsky technique
  • Postural Restoration related vision care
  • Vivid Vision - virtual reality vision therapy
  • Micro prism and lens treatments

A multi-disciplinary approach, when indicated, means the inclusion of professionals from vari- ous specialties working together with your best interest and outcome in mind, because of the multi-faceted aspects of brain/vision issues the following therapies may be recommended:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech/language Therapy
  • Neurology
  • Neuro-psychology
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Functional Medicine
  • Nutritional Care
  • Massage/Acupuncture
  • Mind-Body therapies

Contact Holistic Vision if you or your child, notice any of the following:

  • Headaches related to reading
  • Tilts or turns head while reading
  • Squints to see
  • Avoids close work
  • Cannot attend to visual tasks
  • Confuses/reverses numbers or letters
  • Visual memory issues
  • Loses place when reading
  • Double vision
  • Balance issues or dizziness
  • Blurry vision even with glasses
  • Hand/eye coordination issues

Vision is a learned skill.
Because it is learned it can also be trained.