Vision Therapy For Concussions
Success Stories

..and his Mom said:

“The staff at 4D Vision Gym are always professional and helpful. Kelsey made sure to accommodate my son’s busy schedule for appointments. After completing therapy and practicing at home, reading was easier. The staff continues to answer questions and concerns that arise with Ryan’s vision.” ~ MaryAnn B.

A great experience!”

Here’s what another 4D Member, Carolyn R., stated:

When I first started Vision Therapy my eyes:

My eyes could not focus properly and I could not read for more than five minutes at a time.

Vision Therapy was:

Difficult at first. But once my eyes started to improve, therapy became easier.

Now I can:

Read for unlimited amounts of time! I was able to graduate on time and will go off to college in the fall.

…and her Mom said:

“We were thrilled to find Dr. Collier and 4D Vision Gym. Our daughter who is an honors student, entered her senior year in high school and suffered a concussion. She could not read for more than five minutes at a time which meant that she was falling behind in her school work. The concussion specialist treated her for the typical post-concussion and vestibular issues, but did not identify that she had experienced convergence insufficiency with her eyes as a result of the hit to her head during a soccer game. Dr. Collier identified the issue and began treatment at once. After working with…coaches at 4D Vision Gym and completing at-home exercises, our daughter was able to return to reading for unlimited amounts of time. She was able to successfully graduate on time and will attend college in the fall. We appreciate Dr. Collier’s expertise in identifying the underlying issue which was a result of our daughter’s concussion. We are hopeful that Dr. Collier will work with local concussion specialists to educate them on this issue so that others will be able to begin their recovery sooner.” ~ Donna R.

Learn more about the effect of concussions on vision here.

Please note: In-office therapy under the direction of a Behavioral Optometrist using prisms, filters and lenses, as used with our patients, is far more effective than home-based therapy.

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