Vision Therapy

NEUROVISION ASSOCIATES OF NORTH TX

LOCATED INSIDE KIRKWOOD EYE CENTER

Kirkwood Eye Center is pleased to partner with Dr. Charles Shidlofsky and Neurovision Associates of North Texas to offer advanced vision therapy right here in Southlake.

 

Dr. Shidlofsky and his team are leading experts in the treatment of amblyopia and strabismus, visual processing disorders, vision-related learning disabilities, and vision difficulties related to traumatic brain injury.

 

They offer vision rehabilitation and therapy treatment plans used to enhance and/or develop visual skills for a higher level of visual efficiency. This type of therapy enhances the connections between the eye and the brain, building more efficient and connected neural pathways.

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Vision Therapy in Southlake with Dr. Shidlofsky

Ashley’s Story

“As Ashley’s eye therapy progressed, she started receiving straight A’s. She is now organized and follows directions without us constantly repeating ourselves. Her eye therapy has literally re-wired her brain and now she is confident at school. Thanks for everything.” – Ashley’s Mom

Veronica’s Story

Veronica suffered a concussion, with lasting effects of headaches, dizziness, and blurry vision. She visited several specialists with no solutions or relief. Finally, she visited Neurovision Associates of North Texas who provided a diagnosis and treatment plan that gave Veronica relief and recovery from symptoms.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM VISION RE/HABILITATION AND THERAPY?

Anyone (Adult or child) who has variable performance in school, at work or athletics can benefit.

 

Treatment for those who have visual processing problems commonly seen (but not limited to) the following disorders:

 

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Developmental delays
  • Genetic disorders
  • Low vision
  • Lazy eye (amblyopia)
  • Turned eyes (strabismus)
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunctions
  • Accommodative dysfunctions
  • Ocular-motor dysfunctions
  • Visual perceptual disorders
  • Learning-related vision problems
  • Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury
  • Enhancement of Vision for Sports