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Bellaire, TX 77401-4015 (Directions)
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Spring, TX 77379 (Directions)
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12 out of every 100 children are affected by binocular vision disabilities

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What is a neuro-optometrist?

Neuro-Optometrists (aka Behavioral Optometrists, Developmental Optometrists) assess the performance of vision and how it is integrated with all the other senses using advanced technology, neuro-visual testing and traditional evaluation methods. Our doctors are specialists who diagnose and treat visual inefficiencies or delays because our goal is for every person to reach their full potential.  Neuro-optometrists not only perform routine eye exams, they also work closely with infant vision, developmental delay, special needs, vision related learning problems, sports enhancement, strabismus, amblyopia and acquired brain injury.

Optometrists who successfully complete the rigorous certification process of The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) International Examination and Certification Board, they become Board Certified in Vision Development and Vision Therapy.  You can identify Fellows of COVD by looking for the FCOVD designation after the doctors’ name.