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How Vision Therapy Can Help?

Vision therapy is a progressive method of retraining the eyes and brain to work together.

During Vision therapy we work with patients through a series of exercises to build new eye coordination skills, resulting in both eyes tracking and working together as a team.

Does your Child have problems with learning, reading speed, spelling, maths, and communication and lot more?

Ask us the relation between vision & these skills.

Contact us to assess Visual perceptual skills of your child.


Vision Therapy for whom?

  • Amblyopia (Lazy eye), Diplopia (double vision) and squint (crossed eyes).
  • Environmental stress on visual system
  • Learning- Related Vision Problems (Is your child struggling to read, write and learn, understanding mathematics, reverses letters or numbers)
  • Dyslexics
  • Child or Adult suffering from visual consequences of brain trauma.
  • Accommodative problems (poor focusing skills)
  • Nystagmus(shaky eyes)
  • Visual Skill training for special children
  • Autism spectrum disorder, Visual perceptual problems, Delayed visual maturation
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Down syndrome
  • Alzheimer or Dementia
  • Child or Adult suffering from visual consequences of brain trauma.
  • Visual rehabilitation for children with special needs - Cerebral palsy, cortical visual impairment
Vision Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder can help increase:
  • Focused visual attention
  • Visual integration with other senses
  • Sustained visual attention
  • Visual perceptual skills
  • Making other therapies more efficient
Why we provide visual rehabilitation for children with cortical visual impairment

Many children with CVI have multiple involvements with limited motor or communication skills it makes a significant difference in their quality of life if they can move their eyes purposefully Look at the face of someone and trying to interact with them.

Follow the movement of object or people in an area

Look at the object of interest that they would like to play or work with.

Jump their eyes accurately enough from object to object or picture to picture.



MEET OUR DEVELOPMENTAL OPTOMETRIST AND VISION THERAPIST

Rabindra Kumar Pandey,
B.Optom, M.Optom

Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
International Clinical Associate Member- COVD (U.S.A)
International Clinical Associate Member -CSO (U.S.A)
International Clinical Associate Member -NEURO OPTOMETRIC REHABILITATION ASSOCIATION (U.S.A)

Rabindra K Pandey is the optometric director and proprietor of Caring Vision Therapy & Neuro-Vision Rehabilitation Center, Chennai, India. He completed his Bachelor in Optometry and Vision Science from NSHM- school of Optometry (B.Optom) and Post Graduation in Clinical Optometry (M.Optom) from Chitkara School of Health sciences- Chitkara University, Punjab. He is also having research publication in the peer reviewed international journal of COVD- Vision Development and Rehabilitation -U.S.A. He has been attended many national and international clinical sessions and courses in Vision Development, Vision Therapy, Neuro Vision Rehabilitation in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients, Primitive Reflexes Integration Therapies and Syntonic Phototherapy and also been invited as a guest speaker at numerous national and international conferences. He has been in the full-time practice of Vision Therapy and Vision Rehabilitation for a decade, with special interest in special need populations including Autism, CP and learning disorders. He has been an International clinical associate member of COVD, Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) and the College of Syntonic Optometry (CSO).




Priya pandey,
B.Optom, M.Optom

COVD- clinical associate (U.S.A)

Priya Pandey is the associate-optometric director and proprietor of Caring Vision Therapy & Neuro-Vision Rehabilitation Center, Chennai, India. She completed her Bachelor in Optometry and Vision Science from NSHM- school of Optometry (B.Optom) and Post Graduation in Clinical Optometry (M.Optom) from Chitkara School of Health sciences- Chitkara University, Punjab. She is also having research publication in the peer reviewed international journal of COVD- Vision Development and Rehabilitation -U.S.A. She has been in the full-time practice of Vision Therapy and Vision Rehabilitation. for a decade, with special interest in Contact Lenses, special needs populations including Autism, CP and learning disorders. She has been an International clinical associate member of COVD.


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