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Visual behavioral therapy

Improving vision does not always go through glasses or contact lenses. Sometimes you can improve visual performance or correct dysfunctions through visual therapy.

These types of personalized therapies fuse optometry with behavioral psychology or neurosciences and have nothing to do with improving visual acuity.

The role of the brain in vision, the key to vision therapy.

Visual information processing is not done by the eye, but by the brain. On it falls the final responsibility to process the information around us and to share this information with areas that control hearing, muscles, language, or balance, among many others.
The role of the brain in vision

“We often find totally healthy eyes in patients with very disparate problems, all related to how vision is being processed in the brain.”

Hanan Haulani
Visual Therapy Specialist at The Perfect Sense
Visual therapy specialists

Visual therapy not only modifies the way in which the eyes work but also how all our senses do it in coordination, without forgetting that 80% of the information in the world enters us through the eyes.

Who is vision therapy for?

It is indicated for all types of patients with specific symptomatology, especially relevant for the school, sports or work environment.

What conditions can we treat with vision therapy?
  • Lazy eye
  • Strabismus
  • Focus problems
  • Blurred vision
  • Diplopia
  • Tired view
  • Binocularity problems
  • Oculomotor coordination problems
  • Learning problems, language or school failure
  • Visual problems in dyslexia
  • Attention difficulties
  • Reduced visual memory
  • Difficulty in mathematical thinking
  • Difficulty in visual skills
  • Visual perception problems
  • Development and laterality problems
  • Directionality problems
  • Visual disturbances in autism
  • Visual disturbances in patients with brain damage or trauma
  • Ergonomics and visual hygiene
  • Acquisition of greater skills in professional athletes

Who is vision therapy for?

It is indicated for all types of patients with specific symptomatology, especially relevant for the school, sports or work environment.

What conditions can we treat with vision therapy?
  • Lazy eye
  • Strabismus
  • Focus problems
  • Blurred vision
  • Diplopia
  • Tired view
  • Binocularity problems
  • Oculomotor coordination problems
  • Learning problems, language or school failure
  • Visual problems in dyslexia
  • Attention difficulties
  • Reduced visual memory
  • Difficulty in mathematical thinking
  • Difficulty in visual skills
  • Visual perception problems
  • Development and laterality problems
  • Directionality problems
  • Visual disturbances in autism
  • Visual disturbances in patients with brain damage or trauma
  • Ergonomics and visual hygiene
  • Acquisition of greater skills in professional athletes

Among the visual training exercises that we do in The Perfect Sense, we would highlight:

  • Rehabilitation of the convergence insufficiency.
  • Visual rehabilitation software for visual perception dysfunctions.
  • Dynamic Anaglyph Training.
  • Virtual reality for amblyopia and binocular disorders.

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