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Binocular Vision Evaluation is necessary for the assessment of eye focusing, eye posture and alignment, eye fixation and coordination, eye movement and tracking, depth perception, localization of a point in space, brain's ability to process visual information, visual perception, and directionality and laterality of body position.

🔴 Who needs a Neuro-Optometric Examination or a Binocular Vision Examination?

  • need binocular vision exam

  • need in-office vision therapy

  • need vision rehabilitation

  • need neuro-optometric vision exam

Listed below are symptoms, behaviors, events, and other risk factors of possible vision dysfunction and ocular disease


  • blurry vision

  • loss of vision

  • unstable vision

  • double vision


  • redness

  • pain

  • irritation

  • tiredness

  • soreness

  • heaviness

  • burning

  • itchiness

  • tearing


  • migraine or headaches

  • motion sickness

  • sleepiness or tiredness

  • poor motor skills or clumsiness

  • no interest in playing or watching sports

  • difficulty with enjoying 3D movies

  • anxiety or frustration

  • vertigo

  • squinting

  • one eye turns inward or outward

  • tilted or turned head in pictures

  • needing to hold a reading material too close

  • needing to hold a reading materal too far


  • difficulty remembering what is read

  • poor reading comprehension

  • dislike for reading

  • skipping lines

  • losing place

  • using a finger as a guide

  • words move on the page

  • poor spelling skills

  • poor copying skills


  • thyroid disease

  • lazy eye

  • eye turn


  • traumatic brain injury

  • sports related injury

  • concussion

  • domestic abuse

  • automobile accident

🔴 What needs to be done before a Neuro-Optometric Exam or a Binocular Vision Exam?

You must have current glasses prescription (<1 year old) or complete a Comprehensive Eye Exam.

🔴 What's included in the Binocular Vision Exam?

Visual Function Evaluation determines the quality of your vision (how well you can see) and measures important visual skills.

Oculomotor Function Evaluation determines the function of the extraocular muscles of the eyes.

Ocular Posture Evaluation determines how closely a person’s eyes are directed toward a target (visual aim).  This can be skewed by a misjudgment of either the

person’s or the target’s location.

Sensorimotor Evaluation determines individual's sensory and motor fusion functions.  Sensory fusion is the ability to appreciate two similar images, one with each eye and interpret them as one.  Motor fusion is the ability to align both the eyes in such a way that sensory fusion may be achieved.

Accommodation Evaluation determines the individual's ability to adjust the focus of the eyes as the distance between the individual and the object changes.

If you’re in need of quality eye care, Dr. David Antonyan, O.D. can help. 

Vivid Visions Optometry, Inc serves patients from Santa Clarita and all its surrounding cities.


Schedule your Initial General Eye Exam today and see

Your Vivid Future, Right Before Your Eyes!

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