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Optometric Vision Therapy sometimes called visual training or abbreviated VT, is that part of optometric care devoted to developing, improving, and enhancing people’s visual performance.
Our office specializes in evaluating and treating vision problems caused by complex neurological conditions. Dr. Zost has served as a vision consultant to Shirley Ryan Ability lab for almost 20 years..
Our office utilizes advanced screening technology to offer preventative wellness services. Closely monitoring your eye health is important for prevention of diseases, and early detection and intervention can prevent future vision loss.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a condition causing blurry distance vision. Myopia is often the result of an eye that has grown too long, causing light to focus in front of the retina. This condition is becoming more common among children.
Both Dr. Zost and Dr. Sorenson have served as clinical instructors of Pediatrics and Binocular VIsion at the Illinois College of optometry, and are experts at pediatric eye and vision care.
Performance lenses are lenses specifically determined and prescribed for reasons other than giving someone 20/20 vision. Performance lenses will be a custom prescription and may include prisms, tints, and specialized coatings..