Welcome to the H&B Vision Blog!

Hello!  Welcome to the Hellerstein and Brenner Vision Center, PC blog!

This is a difficult time in the world for many of you and for our practice.  However, we do not want this required isolation to truly separate us from what we love to do, which is taking care of our patients. We are learning now, more than ever, that we are stronger together. One of the silver-linings of this crisis is that we have been granted the gift of time; time to connect with our family, friends, and of course our patients in a completely different way than before. This is an opportunity to bring life back to our Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, PC blog and also to reach and re-connect with so many of you. This is our chance to share knowledge, brainstorm ideas, and especially to discuss how vision truly extends beyond 20/20.

We’d like to start by simply sharing who we are as an optometric practice. We look forward to continuing to share more in the coming days, months, and years.

Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, P.C. is a full scope optometric practice and optical that specializes in many areas of the optometry field. Our comprehensive eye examinations are centered on the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, functional glasses prescriptions, specialty contact lenses, and vision therapy. We specialize in developmental or behavioral optometry. This means we are able to identify binocular vision and visual processing conditions and offer treatment options for optimal visual function.

Our vision is crucial to our work, academics, athletics, and activities of daily life. For that reason, we are dedicated to making sure your visual system is working optimally and comfortably to meet all of your visual demands.

We offer vision therapy and visual rehabilitation, which may be the preferred treatment of choice for long-standing visual difficulties.  We can do this successfully through non-invasive treatment for binocular vision conditions such as: difficulty with eye teaming, poor depth perception, learning-related vision disorders, poor visual tracking or coordination, and more.  In addition, vision therapy is often prescribed to manage visual symptoms resulting from concussion or traumatic brain injury. Finally, athletes may also enhance their visual skills with our sports vision training program.

Thank you for taking this journey with us to learn how we support our patients to see beyond 20/20.Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center

Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center

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