Welcome to Denver Vision Therapy!
We are an optometric office specializing in vision therapy and rehabilitation for children and adults with binocular and functional vision problems. We offer a number of optometric services including initial vision therapy evaluations, routine eye exams for glasses, and optometric vision therapy sessions. Dr. Dudley specializes in pediatric and infant patients as well as patients with special needs, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, strabismus, and amblyopia. Dr. Dudley also has extensive experience working with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), stroke, and post-concussion vision problems. Fortunately, vision therapy helps to improve these vision problems and can make an incredible difference for a person, similar to a college education, opening the doors of opportunity.
Vision problems affect life in ways that you may not realize. Our eyes have several functional skills that we often take for granted. Problems in these areas are not detected by a vision screening at school or at the pediatrician’s office. These problems often look like learning problems to a teacher or parent, but are in fact quite often treatable vision problems. Symptoms of a vision problem may include slow reading, losing place while reading, avoidance of reading, poor comprehension, attention problems, and behavior problems. Check out our Vision Symptom Checklist for your child or for yourself to see if vision therapy is the right fit.
Several research studies support the effectiveness of vision therapy for treatment of visual disorders. Read some of our patients’ testimonials, or watch a video testimonial on how vision therapy changes lives.
Denver Vision Therapy Blog
It’s hard to believe we are already approaching the holidays; it seems like summer was just yesterday! We are looking forward to taking some down time to spend with our families and friends, and as a result, our office will be closed on the following days: 11/23 11/24 12/25 1/1/2018 Our doors will remain open… Read More »more »
30% of grade-school students with vision problems had worse scores on standardized testing compared with students who did not have a vision problem, according to a 2017 study published in the International Journal of Educational Research. Here are the Top Signs that a Vision Condition could be Impacting your Child’s Academic Performance: Becomes tired with… Read More »more »