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About Pediatric Vision Development Center

With so much going on in your child’s life it can be difficult to keep up, but it’s important to make sure they can see the world in front of them as clearly as possible. Children should have their first eye exam around the age of six months. If the first exam shows their eyes are healthy, follow up with another appointment between the ages of 2 and 3 years.

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Vision Therapy

Vision therapy stems from the practice of orthoptics, pioneered in the latter half of the nineteenth century by the French ophthalmologist Javal. Over the years, the current practice of vision therapy has developed into a wider range of treatments to incorporate amblyopia, strabismus, and visual perceptual development that allow for the transfer into daily requirements.

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InfantSEE

Having an InfantSEE® assessment will help us find out how your baby’s vision is developing at that very moment. It can also help us determine your baby’s vision in the future. We recommend that babies have their first vision check between six months and one year of age. Your child’s test will also be completely free through the use of InfantSEE®.

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Vision Therapy for Adults

Adult Optometric Vision Therapy is guided to develop visual abilities and to achieve optimal visual performance and comfort. During vision therapy, patients gain greater understanding of their visual abilities and learn how to develop the ability to efficiently apply these learned skills to relevant tasks and activities.

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What Our Patients Say

Dr. Rouw, has gone the extra mile to make sure that our toddler not only has glasses that are the correct prescription, but also right for his current developmental stage. This is where you should go if you want in depth explanations and insightful suggestions about your child's vision needs.

Hodari S.

Dr. Rouw was amazing! He really took the time to explain to me and husband what was going on with our 18 month old's myopia (nearsightedness) and nystagmus (rapid eye moment, head nod) and fully re-access him again. We'd been to another provider that worked fast but did take the time and care that the staff at Pediatrics Vision did. We will continue to see them for sure.

Yo H.

This place is awesome great staff and more personal relationship with doctor

Bobby H.

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