Have you ever thought that your glasses would solve your vision problems and keep having the same nuisance as before? You probably have good sight, but do you know if you have a good vision?
Besides that you have a good sight, some other aspects should be taken into account in order to verify that you have a good vision. Therefore, besides visual acuity, ocular movements, focusing capacity on close objects, the interpretation of what we see and laterality, among other aspects, are abilities that are progressively developed since birth and are the key in order to understand what we see. Any alteration within one of this habilities may cause learning difficulties, in children, or uncomfortable nuisance and persistent fatigue in adults.
Individual visual therapy coordinated by the optometrist offers solutions to these problems through training exercises or rehabilitation.