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Welcome to The Center for Vision Enhancement where your vision is our primary concern. The key to getting the most out of life is great vision. That's why Dr. Jason Deviney, Dr. Mervyn Bloom (now retired) and the staff are dedicated to providing patients with the best in binocular vision therapy. We want you to experience all the world has to offer so we provide a full range of vision therapy services. We take a behavioral and developmental approach to optometry.
Our mission is to evaluate our patients for binocular vision problems and vision-related learning disabilities and to treat these issues through vision therapy. Vision Therapy is an individually tailored program that is initiated to provide supervised treatment for people that have perceptual and visual motor problems. This applies to children, adolescents and adults that have ADD, ADHD, and convergence insufficiency or are poor readers. Our goal is to enhance the lives of our patients who have visual challenges by providing the tools and training necessary to make their visual system as accurate and efficient as possible.
We invite you to visit the links on the menu bar on this page to get more information about vision related learning problems. You will also find a check list of symptoms for those who might benefit from vision therapy, success stories and links to even more information to answer any questions you may have.
Please don't hesitate to contact us for more information. We look forward to meeting you and helping you with your vision care needs.
Dr. Jason Deviney, OD
San Antonio Optometrist | The Center for Vision Enhancement | 210-822-0900
Dr. Mervyn Bloom, Retired
84 NE Loop 410, Suite 140
San Antonio, TX 78216
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