The Optometry Center for Vision Therapy (OCVT) has locations in Austin and San Antonio and is proud to provide office-based vision therapy to patients from across Texas. We also offer virtual vision therapy for patients/families whose circumstances preclude them from an in-person office session. OCVT’s services include vision care for special needs, neuro-optometric evaluations, and individualized vision therapy for both children and adults.
Our vision care and therapy center has been named Austin’s best vision therapy practice (The Austin Chronicle, 2015), and our doctors have received numerous distinctions, including the Mollie Armstrong Leadership Award (Dr. Briana Larson) and Excellence in Neuro-Ophthalmology (Dr. Erica O’Brien). However, it’s not just our credentials that set us apart: it’s our commitment to providing personalized care to every patient.
Get to Know Your Team
The OCVT team is made up of board certified optometrists, vision therapists, and patient service professionals, all of whom work together to provide the highest level of care and compassion to our patients. Interested in learning more about the people who make our vision therapy center the best in central Texas? Learn about us here.
Why Our Patients Choose Us
At OCVT, we’re always educating ourselves and striving to make our office-based vision therapy as effective as possible. These are just a few of the results our vision therapy has helped patients achieve:
- Improved reading ability
- Improved hand-eye coordination and sports performance
- Increased enjoyment of school
- Improved focus at school
- Reduced fatigue and headaches associated with reading
Our success rate and commitment to our patients have earned OCVT numerous awards. Discover our teams’ awards and recognition here.
OCVT in the Community
OCVT believes in working with community organizations that closely align with our beliefs and values. Our initiatives include the OCVT Vision and Learning Grant, which helps pay for office-based vision therapy for Austin-area students, and the InfantSEE program, which provides no-cost comprehensive eye exams to children between 6 and 12 months of age. Our team members also choose an Austin-area non-profit with whom we volunteer every quarter.