Our Patients Say It Best
EYEcenter Optometric | Vision Therapy Services in Citrus Heights, CA
With doctor-prescribed, individualized vision exercises and activities, patients graduate from our program with a vast improvement in visual processing which often correlates with a heightened school performance and positive self-esteem.
Rico's Last Vision Therapy Session
Questions & Answers with Dr. Fuerst after Rico’s last day of vision therapy.
He’s noticed incredible improvement in his reading and visualization skills. We are so proud of him!
Morgan was struggling with reading. She and her mom couldn’t understand why it was so hard for her. Glasses weren’t helping the problem.
Then Morgan’s mom brought her to EYEcenter Optometric for Vision Therapy. Was it successful? Let’s hear them tell it in their own words.
Bryson's Vision Therapy Success Story
Bryson used to hate to read. He saw double. So his eyes couldn’t tell what to fixate on. His eye movements were skipping lines and backtracking to compensate for his double vision which led to issues with understanding what he read.
Then he came to EYEcenter for Vision Therapy. It turns out his eyes just needed some training!
Tammie's Vision Therapy Story
Another Vision Therapy success story! Tammie is a professor at William Jessup University who always loved reading, but had problems losing her place.
So she came to see us! Here’s her story.
Gavin Vision Therapy Testimonial
Gavin was experiencing difficulty with his homework. Our custom vision therapy program got results!
Like I’d always lose my place on the line. And writing was really hard. I could, like, I would have to ask my mom why I said I was on a right, because I didn’t understand this challenge at all, because he’s really bright. And it just didn’t make sense to me. Why homework would cause so many tears and so much frustration. And once we kind of identified the problem, it was a huge relief, which is really fun. Cause there’s worked all reality, the board and also the computer I used to have to sit by his side during homework and continually refocus him, make sure he knew what line he was on and what question he was on.
And now he’s doing it independently, which is a huge difference when I was like, I’m not like losing my place and I would want to read like progress, which was really exciting because it was measurable and it was fun to him. It was just a game. You know, it was easy, but it then, but most of it didn’t feel that hard because it was fine. And now telling everyone who will listen, that has similar challenges to come check out your office and have their kids evaluated. Because for us it was almost life-changing. I mean, there’s a lot less tears during homework, a lot less frustration. So it was worth it.