Unlike self-directed programs of "eye exercises" marketed to the public,in-office optometric vision therapy is conducted under the supervision of an optometrist and supported by ongoing, evidence-based scientific research.
The goal of optometric vision therapy ("VT") is not to strengthen eye muscles. Your eye muscles are already incredibly strong, and the vision problems VT aims to treat are rarely caused by muscle weakness. Instead, vision therapy
aims to retrain the learned aspects of vision through the recently-understood concept of
Vision therapy is safe, drug-free, and effective for both children andadults! While visual acuity (the "20/20" part of vision) requires
glasses to improve, visual skills such as tracking together along a line of text must be learned during development, these skills
can also be improved later in life at any age.