Details for Childrens Clear Vision - Ad from 2018-05-16

ALL

80%

CHILDREN
SHOULD HAVE AN

EYE EXAM
BY AGE ONE
AND AGAIN BEFORE

STARTING

OF WHAT WE
LEARN

KINDERGARTEN
OCCURS THROUGH
OUR EYES

SUMMER SPECIAL!
30% OFF

ONE PAIR
OF GLASSES, CONTACTS
OR SUNGLASSES

Cannot be combined with Insurance | Offer valid until Sept 30, 2018

DR. BRANDON
NIELSEN

WE OFFER EYE
EXAMS FROM
6 MONTHS AND UP
( Y E S W E S E E A D U LT S ! )

Vision Screening Vs. Comprehensive Eye Exam
For many parents, school vision screenings performed by school nurses or volunteers are often viewed
as the standard for knowing if your child’s vision is sufficient. Visions screenings at schools or doctors offices are good at detecting major visual problems. They do not check the health of the eye, near
visual acuities, focusing and tracking eye skills and many more conditions that can be detected during a
comprehensive eye exam. Because around 80% of what we learn occurs through our eyes and the visual
pathway, it is important for children to develop good eyesight. A comprehensive eye exam performed by
a licensed eye care professional can help parents to know if their child’s vision and eye health are well.

Comprehensive Eye Exams check for all of the following
visual skills and ocular health problems:

Dr. Brandon Nielsen was born
and raised in Twin Falls, ID. He
received his Bachelor’s Degree
in Health Sciences at Albertson
College of Idaho, and his doctorate
of Optometry at Southern California
College of Optometry. He is
residency trained in pediatric eye
care and vision therapy and enjoys
working with children and helping
out in the community. Dr. Nielsen
enjoys playing sports, and spending
time with his wife Aubrey and 4
kids: Addison (11), Bryce (8), Crew
(6) and Henley (2).

• Visual Acuity: Distance and Near
• Refraction: Checks to see if you are near sighted, farsighted and have astigmatism.
• Focusing Skills: ability of the eyes to maintain clarity with sustained reading/near work
• Eye Tracking Skills: ability to accurately fixate and follow an object, or to accurately move your
eyes across a page when reading.
• Binocular Vision Skills: ability of eyes to comfortably work as a team when reading or performing
near work.
• Eye Alignment: Checks for eye turns.
• Stereopsis: ability of eyes to have good depth perception or “3D vision”
• Color Vision
• Ocular Health: Dry Eyes, Allergies, Retinal Detachments, glaucoma, macular degeneration,
cataracts, and much more.

We also offer Vision therapy for treatment of:
• Amblyopia (lazy eye)
• Strabismus (eye turn)
• Convergence Insufficiency (poor eye alignment)
• Visual Processing Skills (letter reversals, visual memory)
• Ocular Motor dysfunction (Tracking/Fluency problems)
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Stroke
For more information about vision therapy visit www.ChildrensClearVision.com

We accept most eye and health insurances including medicaid.

Call us to schedule an appointment!
208- 293-8580
568 Falls Ave, Twin Falls
www.childrensclearvision.com

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