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 Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation for Learning Difficulties & Concussions (Traumatic Brain Injury) 

Weekend and Evening Vision Therapy/Concussion Clinic Appointments Now Available

What is Vision Therapy

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Vision Therapy is a doctor-supervised program designed to improve the function of the visual system.

Whether the visual issue is developmental in nature (strabismus and amblyopia), academic (vision-related learning difficulties), acquired (brain injury or concussion) or sports-related (sports vision training), we are fully equipped to properly assess, advise and treat when indicated.

Vision-Related Learning Difficulties/Learning Disability

Conditions where eye-tracking, teaming or visual perceptual skills affect the learning process and classroom performance.

Brain Injury/Concussion Clinic

Head injuries (ie: concussion, stroke) that result in persistent visual symptoms and inefficiencies.

Sports Vision Training

Enhancement of dynamic depth perception, eye-hand coordination, eye tracking, teaming and peripheral awareness skills for the high-level athletic performer.

Binocular Vision Disorders/Strabismus & Amblyopia

Conditions where the visual clarity, functionality, alignment, or depth perception is reduced or absent in one eye. Conditions of subtle ocular misalignment that lead to defocus, blur or doubling of the visual world (ie: convergence insufficiency, tracking dysfunction). Symptoms or headaches, dizzinessand poor reading performance are common.

of teachers report an improvement
in students who had vision therapy

 60 % of problem learners have undiagnosed vision problems


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Our Calgary Eye Specialists are board certified in the Detection, Diagnosis, and treatment of all types of Eye Diseases and disorders.


Improved reading speed • Improved reading
• Better test scores
• Decreased time spent on
• Improved handwriting.



• Improved coordination
• Improved self confidence • Enhanced depth
• Overall cosmetic



• Better balance and
• Less brain fog
• Improved focusing
• Decreased double vision
and strain
• Enhanced memory

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A person with Convergence Insufficiency (CI) has trouble reading or inability to coordinate the eyes on near work, like reading.  MOST patients with CI never know they have it or that their symptoms can be easily managed!

Common Symptoms:
• Tired, sore eyes
• Headaches
• Difficulty reading
• Difficutly concentrating • Blurred vision
• Words overlap • Sleepiness



There is a cure for Convergence Insufficiency (CI)

Convergence Insufficiency (CI) affects many. 20,000,000 people in the US alone are estimated to have CI. ADHD is the most common misdiagnosis.


There is a cure!
Office-based vision therapy for convergence insufficiency! Office-based vision therapy the most effective treatment for CI.
Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD) is a condition that results from a misalignment of the eyes.If your child struggles in school or seems clumsy they may be struggling with BVD

Vision Therapy for Concussions

.The symptoms that persist following a concussion are collectively called Post TraumaVision Syndrome (PTVS). In most cases, the eyes are physically healthy but not communicating properly with the brain, this is very common following any type of traumatic brain injury. The eyes are controlled by the brain, so when someone suffers from an injury to the brain, whether it is a car accident, stroke, or concussion, the visual system can be significantly impacted causing a range of life-changing symptoms.
Neuro-optometric rehabilitation can help relieve the disabling post-concussionsymptoms.
Typical symptoms that are experienced after a concussion may include:
• Headaches/migraines
• Double vision
• Dizziness
• Difficulty reading
• Nausea
• Difficulty focusing
• Difficulty with coordination, balance • Sensitivity to light
• Poor depth perception
Visual rehabilitation is a personalized program that involves science-based eye exercises and activities to strengthen the connection between the eyes and the brain to help alleviate your visual symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Visual rehabilitation is an evidence-based program to treat the visual problems experienced after head injuries and concussions.

What is Syntonic
Phototherapy for vision therapy?



.Syntonic phototherapy uses specific light colors, frequencies, and wavelengths to improve the bodyʼs regulatory centers in the brain.
When light enters the eye, it travels through the brain to the pineal gland and the hypothalamus— the areas of the brain responsible for chemical and hormone balance.
According to studies, applying light to these areas can stimulate the brain and help to restore the balance within the bodyʼs nervous system, thereby improving vision problems, such as lazy eye (amblyopia), eye turns (strabismus), convergence insufficiency, and focusing difficulties.
This unique light therapy has also proven effective for the treatment of chronic headaches, stress, learning disorders, trauma, brain injuries and concussions.




The colored light used in syntonic phototherapy stimulates the visual system and alters the biochemistry of the brain to improve the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Colored filter goggles are placed on the eyes for the duration of the light therapy treatment— usually up to 10 minutes. The filter color applied to the goggles is determined based on the presenting visualproblem.
Colors such as blue and violet are used to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) which is responsible for controlling our homeostasis and leads to pupil constriction.
Colors on the blue spectrum have been shown to improve focusing abilities for near vision tasks by reducing adrenaline production, anxiety and stress.





Colors such as orange, yellow, and red stimulate the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) responsible for controlling our “fight or flight” response and leads to pupil dilation.

Red and orange are often used to treat lazy eyes, while green and yellow are used to treat esotropia (inward turned eyes).


In most cases, syntonic phototherapy is prescribed together with vision therapy, specialty lenses and/or prisms to:

• Improve visual acuity and contrast • Increase visual attention
• Reduce eye strain
• Decrease light sensitivity

• Improved eye teaming


Visual rehabilitation improves vision through therapeutic activities specifically designed to retrain the neural processes of the brain. The brainʼs neuroplasticity allows for the establishment of new neural pathways to regain function of the affected areas of the brain.
Each rehabilitative program is designed to retrain the neurological connections between the eyes and brain to improve the visual skills necessary for:
• Visual information processing
• Visual memory • Balance
• Gait
• Motor skills
A visual rehabilitation program may include any of the following techniques or devices:
• Customized program
• Free-space activities
• Computer-based tasks
• Prism training
• Visual tracking and scanning • Optical tints
• Yoked prism lenses
• Spotting/sector prisms
• Sector occlusions
The goal of each rehabilitative program is to reduce visual symptoms and improve visual function through the use of in-office and at-home neuro-rehabilitation exercises.