Adult Vision Therapy
Effective therapy for adult vision problems
If you are one of the millions of American adults with an undiagnosed or unresolved vision disorder, there’s good news. There’s a more advanced, more effective style of vision therapy at the Vision & Conceptual Development Center (VCDC). They help their patients develop the visual skills necessary for success in life. They help them one-on-one. That’s why people come to them from all over the world as well as from throughout the Washington, DC area.
Some of the vision problems we can help
Dr. Zeller, Dr. Green and staff treat adults for a variety of eye-coordination vision problems. That includes amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (eye turn), convergence insufficiency (where both eyes don’t aim properly at close distances), computer vision, sports vision and vision problems related to brain injury, trauma or stroke.
Symptoms you should not ignore
- Tiring easily while reading
- Avoiding near tasks such as reading
- Having red-rimmed, crusted, swollen lids
- Squinting, closing or covering one eye
- Difficulty tracking moving objects
- Shortened attention span
- Making errors copying
- Writing crookedly or poorly spaced
- Confusing right & left directions
- Confusing or reversing letters, numbers or words
- Eyes bothered by light
- Tiring or soreness after close work
- Reading or writing too close to paper or screen
- Print “runs together” or “words jump”
- Print seems to move or comes in & out of focus when reading
- Text seems to double when reading, driving or looking at signs
- Unusual posture or head tilt when reading or writing
- Frequent head turning while reading
- Skipping lines or losing place when reading or copying
- Rereading or omitting words
- Difficulty using binoculars
- Discomfort in crowded areas such as shopping malls
- Difficulty judging distance when parking or pulling into traffic
- Difficulty with night driving
- Seeing more clearly with one eye with best eyeglass prescription
Instead of living with your symptoms, get the experienced, trusted and effective care you need. Call the Vision & Conceptual Development Center and ask for help. It just might be the smartest thing you’ve ever done for yourself.
The Vision & Conceptual Development Center offers specialized treatment and care solutions for visual challenges in both children and adults. Call our office today at 301.951.0320 or fill out our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your appointment.