Types of Vision Therapy

Types of Vision Therapy from Your Optometrist in Culpeper & King George

Eye Care of Virginia provides comprehensive treatment and care for your eye health and your vision. When you visit with your optometrist in Culpeper & King George, you will get the one-on-one support and care you need to fully understand what your vision is and what can be done to potentially improve it. The goal of vision therapy is to help you achieve the highest level of visual quality possible. We can do this through a number of treatment options.

Types of Vision Therapy in Culpeper & King George

Types of Visual Therapy Available to You

When you come in for an eye exam, one of the steps we will take is to work closely with you to understand the quality of your vision. Our goal is to give you the tools to see better. While corrective lenses can help improve your vision right now, in the long term, visual therapy can improve it further. The types of therapy we offer include the following:

  • Sports vision: In sports vision, we test your visual quality to determine factors such as depth perception and hand-eye coordination. Sports vision helps improve your athletic performance by improving the depth of your vision, the quality of your vision in low light, and much more.
  • Kids Vision: Children who have visual limitations can see improvement, in many cases, through kids vision therapy. This process uses various visual exercises to strengthen the muscles in the eye to improve vision. Our vision therapy exercises are done in the office and at home to achieve these goals.
  • Computer Vision: Those who spend any amount of time using screens can develop a sensitivity to them. With computer vision therapy, we work to restore this to help reduce eye fatigue and limited vision. It can help to protect your vision over the long term.

How Does Vision Therapy Improve Your Eyesight?

We use a range of vision therapy procedures to achieve these goals. Your optometrist will customize a treatment plan to address your needs. It may include:

  • Orthoptic vision therapy is one of the tools you’ll use. This is a series of vision therapy exercises that help to improve your binocular function, which means it helps your eyes to learn to work better to process information. This is the ideal treatment for younger children with focus disorders.
  • Behavioral vision therapy related to visual processing and perception therapy.
  • We offer visual processing and perception therapy that helps to improve how your brain process information.
  • Sensory learning is another therapy that works alongside other therapies to create better results. It uses other senses such as taste and smell to help improve visual integration
  • Syntonic phototherapy is also known as light therapy. We use light frequencies within the eyes to address dysfunctions there.

Contact Your Optometrist in King George & Culpeper for an Eye Exam Today!

If you think you may benefit from vision therapy of any type, call our offices for an appointment. Our optometrist in King George & Culpeper is happy to work with you. Contact us in Culpeper at (540) 825-3937 or King George at 564-663-3937.

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Culpeper Office

Monday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

10:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

King George Office

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Dr. Press CARES about his patients, insurance or not AND he is the most thorough eye doctor I have ever been to. The prescription he gave me, made me see correctly, once again, I am so thankful. Dr Press and his staff are great!"
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  • "I'm so glad I changed eye doctors. I had been going to Dr. H by the hospital for a long time and he had given me a prescription for contacts that I tried and tried to wear with no success. Dr. Press gave the right "size" contacts and was able to walk out wearing the contacts with no problem! He has great manners and even took my blood pressure! Glad to have finally found a knowledgeable Optometrist I can SEE in a regular basis."
    Ines P
  • "I recently needed to change my vision prescription and was finally in need of bifocals. I went to see Dr. Miles Press for both convenience (local eye doctor) and because he accepted my insurance. I needed to have vision in my right eye adjusted several times, and several right lenses replaced. Dr.Miles Press worked tirelessly to make sure my vision was correct and I was never charged for each subsequent visit or lens replacement. I've never had an eye doctor like that before, that really cares and is fast and on the ball with knowledge to get you the correct prescription. He also cared that I went with Progressive lenses over bifocals because they provide three fields of view and eliminate the annoying line. To sum it up, an eye doctor that treats you like he would his own family is a rare experience. I will continue to go to Dr. Miles Press as long as he is in business and accepts my insurance. No question."
    Thomas C
  • "I didn't know my vision could change, and I also didn't know that I could see the world more clearly than how I was already seeing it! Dr. Press was professional and very helpful and educating! Highly recommend!"
    Karla N
  • "Dr. Miles Press was very professional, knowledgeable, and friendly. He explained a lot about my eye care that no Dr. has ever taken the time to do."
    Wendy S