Directory of Expert Eye Doctors
3.9 miles from Wesley Hills, NY
12 A N. Airmont Rd., Ste. 5,
Suffern, NY, 10901
Michal Luchins O.D.
Vision Therapy and Developmental Optometry
certified in both Early Childhood Education and Processing and Cognitive Enhancement
Post-graduate work has included Special Education, Cognitive Psychology, ADHD, TBI, Autism, and Pediatric Audiology.
The Family Vision & Learning Center is a full-service optometry practice for the entire family. Dr. Luchins specializes in Vision Therapy and Developmental Optometry. She is a member of the AOA, COVD and OEP. She is also certified in both Early Childhood Education and Processing and Cognitive Enhancement. Her post-graduate work has included Special Education, Cognitive Psychology, ADHD and Pediatric Audiology.
14.5 miles from Wesley Hills, NY
297 Kinderkamack Rd.,
Oradell, NJ, 07649
Bruce Meyer O.D., FCOVD
Board Certified in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation (FCOVD)
Dr. Meyer, licensed Optometric Physician, has practiced in the state of New Jersey for the past 30 years. His primary area of expertise is the evaluation and treatment of eye problems in children. As the father of four, Dr. Meyer understands and knows how to deal with children. In addition, he has first-hand experience in working with individuals with developmental delay (one of his daughters is developmentally challenged).
18 miles from Wesley Hills, NY
496 Newark Pompton Tpke.,
Pompton Plains, NJ, 07444
Dr. William Ference
Primary Eye Care and Vision Therapy for all Ages
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.