1 in
people (children and adults)

have vision issues that interfere with reading, or produce other behavioral manifestations like shyness, lack of attention, frustration, low self-esteem and other symptoms.

We specialize in vision therapy to improve how the eyes and brain work together for reading, learning, attention, self-esteem, comfort or sports.

Problems Corrected by Vision Therapy

Optometric vision therapy can treat a range of problems. Some of these include:

  • Amblyopia – Also called “lazy eye,” this vision development problem stems from the eye failing to achieve normal visual acuity due to eye teaming problems.
  • Strabismus – Vision therapy has been effective in treating an intermittent type of strabismus known as convergence insufficiency. An individual affected by this condition will not be able to keep their eyes aligned properly despite good eye alignment when looking at remote objects.
  • Eye Movement Disorders – Studies have found that vision therapy can enhance the accuracy of eye movements during close-up work like reading.
  • Visual Processing Disorders – Visual therapy can treat vision problems associated with acquired brain injury, such as from a stroke, as well as visual-perceptual disorders linked to developmental disabilities.
Helping Children Struggling with Vision Problems

If you notice that your child is struggling with vision problems, count on Dr. Lou Spinozzi, Performance Vision and Learning’s developmental optometrist, to diagnose and treat these problems. Dr. Spinozzi’s personal commitment is to help children with vision difficulties obtain the treatment they need and succeed in life. Additionally, he commits to delivering the best possible care for the eyes of his patients.

Our Vision Therapy Services

On top of providing vision therapy for kids, we also provide the same therapy for adults suffering from undetected vision problems for many years. When our optometric vision therapists in Windsor, Co conduct the treatment, they will use a combination of behavioral, developmental, and medical techniques to improve, restore, or develop visual performance or function. This approach makes learning easier by unlocking the eye-brain connection.

Does Your Child:

  • Get frustrated easily?
  • Not perform to their potential?
  • Have attention or concentration difficulties?
  • Have difficulty understanding what they read?
  • Lose their place in reading?
  • Reverse words or transpose numbers?
An upset boy

Even children with perfect eyesight can experience visual disorders that can look like:

an upset girl wearing glasses
  • Laziness
  • Confusion
  • Behavioral problems
  • Lack of Effort
  • Not being able to get through homework
  • Learning difficulties

If your child exhibits any of these symptoms,
he or she could have vision problems that may lead to learning difficulties.

If so, call

(970) 460-0836

to make an appointment for an Advanced Vision Development Assessment.