Vision Therapy and Success in School

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Vision therapy changes lives.

Dr. Philip Bugaiski1.jpgThe Developmental Vision Center, founded in 2005 by Philip C. Bugaiski, OD, FCOVD, FCSO,is Charlotte’s first optometric clinic exclusively dedicated to patients with vision problems requiring more than glasses or contact lenses.

You probably know a person like this in your life: ...the child who seems smart in everything but school ...the adult who struggles with headaches or motion sickness ...the survivor of a head injury or stroke who is told that nothing is wrong.

All too often, these people are told that their eyes are healthy, they have 20/20 eyesight or their glasses are the correct power, and there is nothing else to be done. At The Developmental Vision Center, we look beyond 20/20 eyesight. We are here to treat the person, not just their eyes. Vision therapy is a program of progressive visual activities performed under doctor supervision, individualized by a vision therapist to fit the needs of each patient.

Activities are designed to help patients develop or recover fundamental visual skills, improve visual comfort and efficiency, and enhance how patients process visual information. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Or come to one of our free seminars to learn more about Vision Therapy.

Meet Dr. Bugaiski

University Office: 704.510.1555
South Charlotte: 704.544.6500

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We are hiring for Part Time Vision Therapists at both locations. Click here to learn more.

What is Vision Therapy?

Optometric vision therapy is a program of progressive visual activities performed under doctor supervision, individualized by the vision therapist to fit the needs of each patient.

It is usually conducted twice a week with supplemental home support activities between office visits.

Activities are designed to help patients develop or recover fundamental visual skills, improve visual comfort and efficiency, and enhance how patients process visual information.