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Vision problems can be complicated. So to ensure you get the best possible care, we strive to be as thorough as possible when providing our testing and treatment process. And we're with you each step of the way!



Our expert team will be happy to speak with you about your individual case and guide you through the process of scheduling an appointment.

Our website also has plenty of information in our Frequently Asked Questions section.

2. SCHEDUling

In order to schedule an initial examination, we require the following:

  • A phone inquiry.

  • Intake forms for our doctors to review.

  • An examination deposit

Once all of the above is completed, our team will be happy to schedule the initial consultation. Additional examination may be required and is usually done over the course of several days.


All our exams begin with a telemedicine doctor consultation.


Additional testing may be required, that includes:

  • Additional virtual tests

  • In-office testing

  • Virtual conference

  • Medical Report

Please note that this may be changed to adjust for the needs of the patient at the doctor's discretion.


Your treatment plan is developed specifically to address your visual and lifestyle needs.


Treatment may include:

  • Glasses and/or Contact Lenses

  • In-Office or Virtual Vision Therapy

  • Supplemental At-Home Activities

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  • Treatment programs can range from a few months to more than a year, based on the patient’s needs. Patients are re-evaluated by the doctor every three months to measure improvements and update the treatment plan.

  • Vision therapy is typically one-on-one and scheduled in-office or virtually either once or twice a week.

  • Home practice supports the skills learned during therapy sessions, and a customized regimen will be developed by your therapy team

  • Virtual visits are available in most cases based on the doctor's recommendation.

Please know that these are typical patterns but they may be altered by doctor recommendation to suit individual needs

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