We’re able to treat visual problems that may be the problem behind a child’s struggle at school.
Shelburne Primary EyeCare - Eye Doctors in Dufferin County
Here at Shelburne Primary EyeCare, our primary focus will always be on you and the health of your eyes. When you step into our office, you can expect a warm and friendly greeting every time. We offer a holistic atmosphere and exceptionally thorough eye care. That’s a promise!
We believe in the importance of personal relationships. That’s why our eye doctors in Dufferin County get to know each of our patients, so we can customize eye exams and treatments. Our eye care services include eye exams for kids and adults, vision therapy, vision correction and management of common eye diseases.
We also offer specialty eye care services such as neuro-optometric services, sports vision therapy, treatment for dry eye symptoms, and myopia control.
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Looking for great eyewear? Our optical team is proud to offer a wide selection of the latest and most stylish designs from popular bands in eyewear today. Whether you’re looking for sleek and stylish, or functional and comfortable lenses, we have what you need!
Brands we offer in our office include Alfred Sung, Oakley, and Vera Wang.
We are conveniently located to serve Shelburne, and offer hours to suit your schedule. Want to know more about how we can help your whole family see more clearly and comfortably? Come visit our eye clinic, or give us a call at 519-925-3320.
Vision Therapy in Shelburne, Dufferin County
Vision therapy is beneficial for patients of all ages, from children to adults. At Shelburne Primary EyeCare, we most often provide vision therapy to three types of patients: athletes, people recovering from traumatic brain injuries or stroke (neuro-optometry), and children with learning difficulties.
Traumatic Brain Injury & Post Concussion
A brain injury such as a concussion will often disrupt the visual process that interfere with how information is taken in and processed. Vision can be also be compromised as a result of a neurological disorder such as a stroke, a brain tumor or Multiple Sclerosis. These are termed Acquired Brain Injuries. Vision Therapy can help.