IMPORTANT NEWS - Vision Therapy and COVID 19 We are continuing to provide vision therapy, however this is being carried out, in association with parents, by using modern interactive computer programs such as Zoom and WebEx If your child is struggling at school / education or has a lazy eye, and you would like to find how we may be able to help, then give us a ring on 01929 553928. We would be happy to have a chat and advise how vision therapy may be of benefit. We are not at present testing children’s eyes, however, during a free phone discussion, we may be able to give you an idea of why they are experiencing problems Adults who have suffered a brain injury or stroke, may be experiencing difficulties with reading driving, balance, walking, etc. Give us a ring on 01929 553928 to find out how we may be able to help once the practice reopens

How does vision therapy help?

Vision therapy is a non-surgical treatment which is highly effective for a wide range of eye problems. It can be used to treat lazy eyes, double vision and crossed eyes. Not only that, it can also help in overcoming difficulties in reading and learning due to eye problems. We offer our vision therapy sessions for both children and adults. Our team always takes a practical approach. We will have a face-to-face discussion with you first, where you can discuss the issues you face. After noting everything down, we will try to assess the condition and then start with the treatment.

The many advantages of vision therapy include reduced eye strain, improved reading and handwriting skills, and the prevention of near-sightedness. For further details, call Shaylers Vision Centre. Additionally, you can contact us for detailed eye examinations. We provide our services to customers in Wareham, Swanage and Dorchester.

For more information about Vision Therapy, go to our other website www.visiontherapy.co.uk

Vision therapy for all:

For children:
  • Children who face difficulties in reading and writing
  • Focusing problems
  • Children who suffer from tunnel vision
  • Eye-movement problem
  • Visual problems associated with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD
For adults:
  • Computer eye strain
  • Eye problems due to stress
  • Eye problems due to any other health-related issue
  • Stroke, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases
  • Brain Injury, etc

We also offer vision therapy for those who need some extra care.