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A Binocular Vision Evaluation is essential for assessing eye focus, alignment, coordination, movement, tracking, depth perception, spatial localization, visual processing, perception, and body position awareness.

🔴 Who Needs a Neuro-Optometric or Binocular Vision Exam?

Do you experience blurry or double vision, headaches, or trouble reading? These could be signs you need a binocular vision exam, in-office vision therapy, or neuro-optometric vision exam. Here's a quick guide to help you determine if these exams are right for you.

Visual Symptoms

- Blurry or unstable vision

- Loss of vision

- Double vision

Ocular Symptoms

- Redness, pain, or irritation

- Tired, sore, heavy eyes

- Burning or itchy eyes

- Excessive tearing

General Symptoms

- Migraines or headaches

- Motion sickness

- Sleepiness or fatigue

- Poor motor skills or clumsiness

- Disinterest in sports or 3D movies

- Anxiety, frustration, or vertigo

- Squinting or an eye turning in or out

- Tilting or turning your head in photos

- Holding reading materials too close or too far

Reading or Learning Difficulties

- Difficulty remembering what you read

- Poor reading comprehension

- Dislike for reading

- Skipping lines or losing your place

- Using a finger as a guide

- Words moving on the page

- Poor spelling and copying skills

Medical History

- Thyroid disease

- Lazy eye or eye turn

Life Events

- Traumatic brain injury

- Sports-related injury or concussion

- Domestic abuse or automobile accidents

🔴 Preparation for Your Exam

Before a Neuro-Optometric or Binocular Vision Exam, ensure you have a current glasses prescription (less than 1 year old) or complete a Comprehensive Eye Exam.

🔴 What's Included in the Binocular Vision Exam?

- Visual Function Evaluation: Assesses the quality of your vision and measures essential visual skills.

- Oculomotor Function Evaluation: Tests the function of the eye muscles.

- Ocular Posture Evaluation: Examines how well your eyes are aligned with a target.

- Sensorimotor Evaluation: Determines sensory and motor fusion functions, crucial for interpreting and aligning visual images.

- Accommodation Evaluation: Checks your ability to adjust focus as distances change.

Visit us to ensure your eyes are healthy and your vision is at its best!

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

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


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