Directory of Expert Eye Doctors
39.4 miles from Alto, CA
1121 Ottawa Beach Road,Suite 140
Holland, MI, 49424
Neil Renaud O.D.
Our practice provides vision therapy for vision-related learning problems, strabismus, amblyopia, traumatic and acquired brain injury, concussion, stroke, sports vision training, and special populations like autism and ADD/ADHD. We provide the tools for optimal visual performance that functions at its best when your best is needed. We are passionate about the developmental, behavioral, and rehabilitative aspects of vision care, and are proud to bring this vital service to the greater Holland area.
89.6 miles from Alto, CA
4091 Richfield Rd.,
Flint, MI, 48506
Bradley E. Habermehl O.D., FCOVD
Board Certified in Vision Therapy (FCOVD)
Carol Leser COVT
Certified Vision Therapist (COVT)
Winner, COVT of Year Award (COVD)
A comprehensive eye care practice with a specialty in Vision Therapy and Sensory Learning.
92.1 miles from Alto, CA
111 S. Main St., Ste. 250,
Ann Arbor, MI, 48104
Dr. Erica Johnson Carder, MS, FAAO
Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
More than 80 percent of our patients are children under 17 years old who are experiencing difficulties with their vision. We not only see children for general comprehensive eye examinations for school, but are especially skilled at handling more complicated vision problems. Our professional staff has advanced training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of developmental vision problems which interfere with a child's ability to learn.
Vision Therapy — also known as visual rehabilitation, eye training or vision training
(including sports vision training) — is a highly successful treatment for vision problems related to many conditions or diagnoses, such as: lazy eye, double vision,
traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion and/or post-concussion syndrome, ADD/ADHD and other attention deficit disorders, convergence insufficiency, visual processing disorders,
eye tracking and eye teaming deficits, lack of depth perception or 3D stereoscopic vision, problems with sports performance and/or hand-eye coordination, autism spectrum disorders
and much more.
Undetected binocular (two-eyed) vision problems or visual processing disorders can cause difficulties with reading fluency, speed, and comprehension,
standardized testing or timed tests, homework completion, sports performance and sports vision training and much more.