Developmental Exam

What:   Most common entry level exam at LOVPC. Exam goes way beyond just testing for 20/20 which is just your sight. In this exam we test your vision. To make sure you dont just see clearly, but quickly, accurately, and comfortably as well. (Click here for more explanation of difference between sight and vision)

Who:   Anyone who wants to be sure they have good vision not just sight (20/20)

  • All children, especially once preschool and school aged
  • Anyone who wants prevention or improvement of their vision
  • Anyone with unexplained visual symptoms that haven't been resolved elsewhere

What is tested:

  • Near & far point stress testing (comfort & stamina of eyes)
  • Tracking tests (Accuracy & speed of eyes)
  • Light sensitivity screening
  • Consult on prevention & improvement
  • *When indicated and sufficient time, a short screening for gross motor, fine motor, or visual perception may also be done.

    Insurance   -   Not covered by Vision Insurance but in some cases major medical will pay a portion. Depending on carrier and diagnosis.
    - We will do our best to get some coverage for pts.

    Time   -   45 mins with Dr.

    Click here to download the Adult Developmental History Form.

    Click here to download the Child Developmental History Form.

    Click here to download the Generic history form.

    Click here to download the Special needs with developmental history form.


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Our daughter did the at home light therapy. We saw a huge difference in her pretty quickly. She became more confident and her reading improved as well. After completing the therapy she had no problem reading to her entire class in fact she asked to all the time.

    It was also very easy therapy done at home and together!"
    Mya M.
  • "Before I started, I was having a really hard time reading, often skipping words and experiencing double vision. Now I feel really good about reading. I feel better about myself. I even ask to read in front of my class!"
    Nicole C.