Complete Eye Care for all Ages
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Comprehensive eye exams are designed to identify problems with your visual skills. They are non-invasive exams and are performed by our doctors. If there is an accompanying medical complaint, such as a headache or eyestrain, most insurance will cover a developmental eye exam.
Pediatric Eye Exams
Our Pediatric Eye Exam is a comprehensive exam that will test your child for visual acuity, eye health, and the seventeen necessary visual skills that make up a fully functioning visual system.
Vision Therapy Treatment Plans
Our doctors specialize in Vision Therapy. They utilize the latest vision therapy technologies and methodologies to treat children and adults struggling with vision problems.
We provide individualized treatment programs for patients with visual deficits as a direct result of traumatic brain injuries and other neurological insults. Our goal is to help our patients regain control and independence in everyday living situations. Studies have shown that our brains retain plasticity throughout or lifetime; therefore, through lenses, prisms, and/or therapy, we can help patients that suffer from blurred vision, confusion, unilateral spatial inattention, and more visual problems.
Contact Lens Fittings
Vision Care & Therapy Center provides comprehensive Contact Lens Fittings for patients of all ages. Call us at 678-256-3990 to schedule an appointment.
Treatment of "Pink Eye" & Eye Diseases
In addition to comprehensive vision exams and Vision Therapy, Our doctors treat patients with eye diseases including “Pink Eye.” If you are suffering from “Pink Eye” or another related eye disease, please call us at 678-256-3990 to schedule an appointment
Vision Care & Therapy Center
Vision Care & Therapy Center provides comprehensive Vision Exams & Treatment Plans. Unlike vision screenings which check for visual acuity, our exams test for visual acuity plus eye health, and the necessary visual skills required for a fully functioning visual system including:
– Accommodation (eye focusing)
– Binocular vision (eye teaming)
– Oculomotor function (tracking)
– Visual perception (how we make sense of visually-presented information)
– Visual processing (how quickly and efficiently we interpret visual information)
Our vision is developed from infancy. When we’re born, our eyes can see only dark shadows. Just like we learn to walk over time, so our vision develops over time as our visual skills are used on a daily basis. Over time, we learn to master the visual skills we need.
Comprehensive eye exams are designed to identify problems with the acquisition of these visual skills. They are non-invasive exams and are performed by our doctors. If there is an accompanying medical complaint, such as a headache or eyestrain, most insurance will cover a developmental eye exam.
Following the comprehensive eye exam, Our doctors will discuss their assessment and an individualized treatment plan will be prescribed based on their diagnosis to improve visual performance. Vision Care and Therapy Center serves a wide range of patients; including children struggling academically, athletes working to improve their performance, adults suffering from double vision, strokes, or acquired brain injury. All of our patients experience unique visual barriers to success and quality of life. For this reason, we offer several types of treatment plans.
What Our Patients Say
I wanted to thank you for helping my son, Sam with eye therapy. Sam had struggled for years with reading. I asked every teacher from the time he was in kindergarten what we could do to help him. Most of them told me that he had to read more and he would be fine. Sam hated to read and “reading more” did not seem to help. When Sam had his first eye appointment, I was amazed to find out he did not read a paragraph from left to right The technology used to see where his eyes went while he was reading made me realize how hard reading was for him. Also, it made me realize how much work it took Sam to read a short paragraph and why he was getting behind in school. We started the eye therapy shortly after and I was surprised to see improvement happened quickly with his reading. He seemed to like to read and I found him reading without prompting him to do so.
Sam also seemed to be doing better in sports. He was playing lacrosse at the time and he was able to catch and throw more easily. His teacher also noticed an improvement and commented when I had a conference with her.
We were happy to find Dr Iyer and this eye therapy. It has helped Sam and I would recommend it to anyone who is struggling with reading. Dr Iyer was great with Sam. She was patient and kind and it helped him want to work harder.
Sam | Sam’s Mother, Kelly