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Still having problems functioning with your vision, although you have 20/20 eyesight?


Many people are under the impression that if you have 20/20 vision or better, you are fine! We don’t believe that.

What we DO know and believe is that your 2 eyes must work together and with your brain and that over 50% of all vision problems go undiagnosed.  Signs that you may have a functional vision problem are difficulty concentrating, falling asleep when reading,  neck and shoulder pain, re-reading or skipping lines of print, slow completion of work, poor comprehension, previous stroke or concussion, headaches, trouble changing focus from one place to another, dizziness, dry eyes when trying to focus.

With the help of state of the art technology at 20/20 Vision Associates Optometry, we are able to accurately diagnose and treat these conditions that are unidentified at other doctor’s offices.  We have the Neurolens Measurement Device which allows the doctors to treat these kinds of functional vision problems with Neurolenses.   We have the RightEye system which uses eye tracking technology to identify functional vision insufficiencies.  This system will provide an analysis and report that can be linked to specific online vision training to specifically address those problems.  

Ask us for these special tests which will allow us to help you get to the core of the problem.  It’s time to find relief and solutions so that you or your loved one can move forward!

Ask any one of us:  myself, Dr. Kim or Dr. Kennedy for help soon! 

Written by Dr. Cheryl Everitt

Cheryl M. Everitt, OD, received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton, California in 1994. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Everitt takes a special interest in treating patients with a variety of difficult eye conditions, such as chronic headaches and migraines. Dr. Everitt has been a conference speaker on topics ranging from contact lenses to practice management to trigeminal dysphoria. She has also participated in a mobile eye clinic in Riverside, and medical missions to Mexico. Dr. Everitt is one of the original founders of 20/20 Vision Associates Optometry and has practiced for 25 years. She was an associate research scientist for 4 years prior to becoming an optometrist. She is also an active member of her church.
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