COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VISION THERAPY AT OUR CENTER
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Q: Do the results of the therapy last or does the child have to come back?
A: The results of the therapy are usually permanent. Only on rare occasions has a child had to return to therapy after they graduated.
Q: How soon will I see positive results from the therapy?
A: Most parents see some type of improvement within the first two months.
Q: Are most parents happy with the results of vision therapy?
A: The best way to answer this is to let you read an article that was published in the Journal of Behavioral Optometry in 1995. Click here to read the article.
Q: What do the therapy sessions cost?
A: Contact the office for current prices.
Q: Does insurance cover therapy?
A: We have mixed success getting coverage. Probably less than 25% of our students get some type of insurance reimbursement.
Q: Do you have to pay in advance?
A: No. However, if you pay for 10 sessions in advance, you get a 10% discount. Therapy is based on a pay as you go format. Some parents pay weekly, and some pay monthly.
Q: Is there any kind of payment plan?
A: The clinic offers a deferred payment plan where we bill you $400.00 and continue to bill you that amount monthly after the child graduates until the account has a zero balance. There is no interest charge.
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Dr. B and his staff made us feel welcome and right at home from the first moment we met them. We look forward to seeing the results of vision therapy. The work they do at Brecheen Learning and Vision is fascinating!
- Anonymous 7-20-2014 / Lewisville, TX
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