What is a Behavioral/Developmental Optometrist?

What is a Behavioral Optometrist?

A Behavioral Optometrist is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of visual dysfunctions that can affect everyday living – education, work, reading, athletic performance, and depth perception. These dysfunctions include eye aiming, coordination, teaming (binocularity), focusing, and eye movement control as well as hand-eye coordination, visual-motor integration, and visual-perceptual development. You may have been told that you or your child has 20/20 acuity and healthy eyes, but in most eye exams or vision screenings, the aforementioned skills are never tested.

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