Directory of Expert Eye Doctors
13.7 miles from Highland Springs, VA
6124 Blest Lane,
Richmond, VA, 23237
Janet E. Kemmerer O.D., OTR/L
Developmental Optometry, Occupational Therapy
Dr. Kemmerer is a developmental optometrist and licensed occupational therapist who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adults with visual and sensory processing disorders. She has been an occupational therapist since 1981, and a practicing optometrist since 1988. Combining vision therapy and occupational therapy for those with visual, motor, and sensory processing deficits allows infants, children, and adults to achieve their maximum potential at home, school, work, and play.
53.6 miles from Highland Springs, VA
230 Butler Rd.,
Fredericksburg, VA, 22405
Angela Tsai O.D.
Samuel C. Smart O.D.
Brad Church O.D.
We provide the most complete eye care in the Fredericksburg area. Our mission is to provide our patients with quality vision care and eye wear in a professional, friendly, courteous, and caring manner at a fair and reasonable price.
71.5 miles from Highland Springs, VA
1232 W. Little Creek Rd., Ste. 200,
Norfolk, VA, 23505
Dr. Joel N. Zaba M.A., O.D.
Masters in Education, Vision Consultant to Educational Institutions
Dr. Zaba has been specializing in learning-related visual problems for over two decades in his private practice in Virginia. Dr. Zaba lectures throughout the United States on the topic of vision and learning. He is the author of numerous articles and research on the relationship of children, vision and learning.
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.