Welcome

Welcome to The Optometry Center for Vision Therapy. In a professional, friendly, and comfortable setting, our COVD board certified doctors and certified optometric vision therapists provide personalized patient care adapted to each individual’s specific needs. With a highly credentialed staff and state of the art facility, our expert team is dedicated to providing the highest quality optometric vision therapy care services with YOU – the patient – as the focus of our practice.

Announcements

OCVT NAMED AUSTIN’S BEST VISION THERAPY PRACTICE

The Optometry Center for Vision Therapy was picked the 2015 best vision therapy practice (Best Eye Gym) by The Austin Chronicle.
“The doctors oversee an individualized in-office program with a vision therapist who sends you home with exercises to help with lazy eye, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders, and much more. Their program vastly improved the quality of life for one of our visual artists who was unknowingly suffering from eight different eye disorders. Bonus: The staff is incredibly attentive and friendly. Here’s (to) looking at you, Austin!” The Austin Chronicle

OCVT A PRIVATE PRACTICE RESIDENCY SITE FOR VISION THERAPY AND REHABILITATION

OCVT begins its 4th year as a Private Practice Residency site for Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation affiliated with the Rosenberg School of Optometry, University of the Incarnate Word; a continued endorsement of the vision therapy competencies of OCVT Doctors and Vision Therapists. OCVT Doctors serve as adjunct clinical faculty for UIW.

As of 2016, there are 2 Private Practices in Texas affiliated with a School/College of Optometry designated as Residency Clinics certified and accredited in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation. The Residency Clinics, in a one-year program prepare Doctors of Optometry to be experts and leaders in the field of Vision Therapy and Binocular Vision.

YELP REVIEWS

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Dr. Larson Inducted as FNORA

The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) inducted Dr. Briana Larson as a Fellow (FNORA) during its Annual Conference at North Carolina. A Fellow of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (FNORA) designation is recognition of a professional’s highest level of competence in clinical abilities and scientific knowledge in the field of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation.

Currently, there are only fifteen (15) FNORA professionals in the United States. Dr. Larson is the lone practicing optometrist in Texas with an FNORA credential.

Did You Know…?

Credentials: Doctors of Optometry
Optometrists who provide vision therapy services have varying credentials. To understand better the differences in credentials, please Click Here.

Credentials: Briana Larson, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, FNORA
Dr. Briana Larson, a developmental optometrist is COVD board certified in vision development and therapy. She completed a post-doctorate clinical residency in vision therapy and rehabilitation with emphasis in pediatric optometry; a credential achieved by less than 1% of optometrists nationwide. In 2012, The American Academy of Optometry inducted her as a Fellow of the Academy. The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) inducted Dr. Briana Larson as a Fellow (FNORA) during its 2014 Annual Conference at North Carolina. A Fellow (FNORA) designation is recognition of a professional’s highest level of competence in clinical abilities and scientific knowledge in the field of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. Dr. Larson is the lone practicing optometrist in the state of Texas with this exclusive set of Credentials. Read More.

Complimentary Consultation
You can schedule a complimentary (no cost) consultation with Dr. Larson to discuss your or your child’s visual system concerns and recommended potential next steps. To request a complimentary consultation, please Click Here.

Pre-Screening Form
A pre-screening form can be used to determine if a consultation with a developmental optometrist is warranted for a child or adult. View and print the form by clicking the appropriate form. Child or Adult

Choosing a Practice
There is an objective process for choosing a doctor and vision therapy practice that aligns with what is personally important to you. Selecting a doctor and a practice is typically a personal and very significant but challenging decision with optometrists who provide vision therapy services having varying credentials. To assist you in selecting the vision therapy practice that best meets your unique and specific requirements, please Click Here.