Welcome to our office! The delivery of vision care has changed considerably since the inception of this office in 1983. In the early 80’s our instrumentation was simple and the options that we had for patients were limited. Since that time, technology and research have allowed for tremendous opportunities to assist our patients in obtaining the best possible outcomes for all vision care challenges. We are proud to assist all patients – whether visiting our office for routine care or seeking assistance for vision problems associated with traumatic brain injury, concussion, stroke, vestibular dysfunction, autism, developmental delays and neurological consequences.
Initially, vision development was the primary focus (no pun intended) of this practice as we worked with children who presented with developmental vision problems that interfered with learning and bihemispheric (ex. motor) development. The elucidation of these vision and visual-perceptual problems was a challenge that was met and successfully treated time and time again. In the late 80’s / early 90’s, our office was one of the first in the nation to offer vision care assistance to acute rehabilitation hospitals – particularly emphasizing vision rehabilitation for patients with traumatic brain injury and stroke. Here we worked with Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation and JFK/Johnson Rehabilitation Institute to foster new vision rehabilitation programs that to date are still being established across the country.