Welcome to Fox Vision Development Center’s Blog!!

| January 1, 2017

Dr. Robert Fox, OD, FCOVD and his staff at Fox Vision Development Center are very excited to start off  2017 with our new blog.  We intend to use this forum for the following purposes:

  • To educated our readers regarding the benefits of Behavioral and Developmental Optometry.
  • To keep you up-to-date on the latest vision-related news, technology, workshops, and events.
  • To review the importance of identifying and remediating functional visual issues.
  • To discuss and review the benefits of optometric vision therapy. 
  • To give you the most up-to-date information on Sport Vision Training. 
  • To provide you with parent and patient success stories. 
  • To answer any questions that you may have regarding our practice.

Meet the writers of our blog:  

Introducing our Vision Therapists and staff from left to right…Kaitlyn, Emma, Liz, Dr. Robert Fox, Jenn, Karen, Carrie and Jewelie 

What is Fox Vision Development Center??

There is so much more to your vision than just seeing 20/20, at Fox Vision Development Center we provide comprehensive eye examinations, perceptual testing and Optometric Vision Therapy for children, teenagers, and adults (people of all ages!)

  • Dr. Robert Fox evaluates patients for binocular vision conditions, such as amblyopia or lazy eye, Convergence Insufficiency (near vision disorder), Diplopia (double vision), no depth perception or poor depth perception (Stereoscopic Vision), and Strabismus (cross-eyed, wandering eye, eye turns, etc.)
  • Our staff works with children and adults who have learning-related visual issues.  Learning-related visual issues can affect your ability to read, write, learn, focus and comprehend.
  • We provide visual rehabilitation for patients with special needs such as; developmental delays or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), including concussions or post-concussion syndrome, autism, and stroke.
  • Dr. Fox provides Syntonic Optometric Vision Therapy – Visual treatments with light (Phototherapy or Light Therapy)
  • Our Vision Therapists provide Sport Vision Training to help athletes improve their visual abilities that are most necessary for excellence in their sport.  Some of these abilities include eye-hand coordination, dynamic visual acuity, tracking, focusing, visual reaction time, and peripheral vision.
  • Dr. Robert Fox also provides visual evaluations for patients with Lyme Disease.

Our mission at Fox Vision Development Center is to help children and adults reach their full potential through the benefits of vision therapy.  We strive each day to make a difference in the lives of the patients we see.

How does Vision Therapy work?

Vision Therapy is…..

  • A progressive program of care to help improve developmental or functional visual skills.
  • Vision therapy is performed under direct supervision of a doctor.
  • A program of care is individualized and designed to fit the visual needs of each patient.
  • Vision therapy is conducted in the office once a week. Sessions are 45 minutes to an hour.
  • At home, vision therapy exercises are completed between office visits.

Vision Therapy is a life-changing experience and a gift that last a lifetime! 

Start off the New Year by scheduling a comprehensive visual evaluation.  It is the first step at identifying a learning related visual issue.  Please let us know if you have any questions.  Our office phone number is (518) 374-8001.  We look forward to hearing from you!  Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!






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