Directory of Expert Eye Doctors
in Binghamton, NY
28 Riverside Dr.,
Binghamton, NY, 13905
Dr. Richard H. Fischer
Dr. Fischer regularly conducts in-service training classes for teachers, school nurses and occupational therapists. He is a guest lecturer at the Teachers Learning Center of Broome County.In addition, he instituted class-based Vision Therapy programs for several school districts.At the Vision Training Center, we offer Vision Therapy to:- reduce nearsightedness-improve reading/learning skills- eliminate amblyopia- eliminate turned eye (strabismus)- treat visual disabilities which lower school achievement in students diagnosed with ADD, Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia.
37.9 miles from Binghamton, NY
322 N. Aurora St.,
Ithaca, NY, 14850
Larry Wallace O.D., Ph.D.
Neuro Rehabilitation Optometrist
Low Vision Eye Care Specialist
Dr. Larry B. Wallace is a behavioral optometrist who has practiced for over 40 years in Ithaca, NY. He is the former President and current education director for the College of Syntonic Optometry, an organization dedicated to education and research in photo- therapy. He is former President of the International Light Association. He is a certified low vision, and Postural Rehabilitation specialist. He has invented and patented the first micro-current device to treat retinal disease.
62.1 miles from Binghamton, NY
8116 Cazenovia Rd.,Seven Pines Bldg. #7
Manlius, NY, 13104
Leonard Savedoff O.D.
David Ciccone O.D.
Drs. Savedoff and Ciccone are both developmental optometrists who provide Vision Therapy. Every doctor in our group is affiliated with the American Optometric Association, The American Academy of Optometry, as well as LaserView Center of CNY and The Bochner Laser Eye Institute (Toronto).
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.