CHILDREN

Learning is visual and 25% of school-aged children have a visual issue which affects how they learn.

ADULTS

Vision issues may be related to a wide range of conditions, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), strokes, or learning disabilities such as dyslexia.

LEARNING DISABILITIES

Vision Therapy can help those individuals who lack the necessary visual skills for effective reading, writing, and learning.

Conditions & Treatment Plans

Vision Therapy Is Effective Treatment. Vision therapy — a type of physical therapy for the eyes and brain — is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency and some reading and learning disabilities.

Amblyopia Evaluations & Treatment

Amblyopia is often referred to as “Lazy Eye”.  It is a condition where the affected eye does not see as clearly.

Eye Tracking

Eye tracking is the ability to keep the eyes on target when looking from one object to another, moving the eyes along the print on a page, or following a moving object like a ball.

Eye Teaming

Eye Teaming is the ability to maintain a visual focus on an object with both eyes, creating a single visual image.

Strabismus Development Treatment

Strabismus is a condition where the two eyes do not aim in the same direction. One eye may be turned either in–commonly known as “crossed eyes” or out–commonly known as “wall eyed.”

Eye Focusing Skills

Normally, the eyes can focus and refocus quickly and easily when switching from looking close up to further away. Once the doctor determines the depth of the problem, all treatment options will be discussed.

Sports Vision Training

Sports vision training is an innovative way for athletes to improve their abilities through a progressive program of vision drills that enhance fundamental visual skills that are critical to athletic performance.

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Our hours are:
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. & Friday: 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Request Your Appointment Now

Our hours are:
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. & Friday: 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Meet our Optometrists

Vision Therapy Center of Jonesboro, PLLC is a specialized development and neuro-optometric rehabilitation practice. Our doctors, therapists, and staff dedicate each day to helping our patients acquire improved vision abilities.

We take pride in delivering innovative optometric vision therapy through the principles of neuroscience. After treatment, our patients obtain significantly improved vision, academic abilities, and coordnation skills. These improvements empower our patients, instill a great sense of confidence, and produce lives that are more productive.

Dr Moll is currently licensed in Arkansas as an Optometric Physician meaning he is licensed to diagnose and treat eye diseases, infections, and injuries at the highest level allowable by the Arkansas State Board of Optometry.

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Dr. Moll is currently licensed in Arkansas as an Optometric Physician meaning she is licensed to diagnose and treat eye diseases, infections, and injuries at the highest level allowable by the Arkansas State Board of Optometry.

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The Latest in Vision Therapy News

Hannah’s Success Story

Meet Hannah: Hannah came to Vision Therapy Center of Jonesboro not being able to converge and focus well. Now she is above average with converging and eye focusing! She has shown significant improvement in a short amount of time because of her hard work and dedication and because of that, she got to graduate early!…

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Vision Exams for Autistic Patients

Raising an autistic child? Don’t let vision problems get in their way. Vision Exams for Autistic Patients Methods for evaluating the vision of autistic people will vary depending on individual levels of emotional and physical development. Testing is often done while the patient is asked to perform specific activities while wearing special lenses. For example,…

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Autistic Visual Symptoms

Autistic individuals have difficulty processing and responding to information from their senses, as well as difficulties with communication and social interaction. Visual problems are also very common. Often, the signs of these vision problems can be masked by the behaviors that autistic individuals use to cope with the sensory overload of the world around them.…

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