Red Apple Vision Therapy & Learning Center
Red Apple Vision Therapy & Learning Center in McMurray, PA utilizes the most advanced strategies to tutor elementary school students and high school students. Red Apple is the only tutoring center in the Pittsburgh area to offer multi-sensory teaching strategies and vision therapy to empower your student to succeed. With custom tutoring programs for dyslexia as well as other reading specialist programs, your child will work one on one with our teachers every step of the way.
What is vision therapy?
The College of Optometrists in Vision Development describes vision therapy as a program designed to help you improve the precise coordination of your eyes. Those who need vision therapy often add or skip over words when reading. Comprehension may be lower than expected as well. You may find that homework ends in crying or frustration.
For others, an injury like a concussion may cause dizziness, headaches, and double vision. These are effectively treated with vision therapy as well.
At Red Apple, you will have a custom-designed program to help you improve your reading, sports performance, or everyday activities. Your program will include sessions once or twice weekly. You will work one on one with your vision therapist. Each session is usually thirty minutes.
How long is a vision therapy program?
That depends on each person. Most programs run for three to six months.
How much does vision therapy cost?
Most vision therapy programs are not covered by insurance. After your consultation with Dr. Falbo, he will review your fees and insurance. You will know exactly how much you will pay if you elect to pursue treatment.
Take the next step and call for your consultation today.
Conveniently located in McMurray, PA
Meet Dr. Joseph Falbo
Dr. Falbo was one of the first doctors to provide vision therapy in Pittsburgh. He has been helping patients since 1987. Since then his vision therapy programs have helped thousands of children and adults with visual issues. He has been featured on KDKA-TV, WTAE, KQV and the Pittsburgh Post Gazette for his innovations. His patients have traveled from Georgia, West Virginia and Kansas City for his expertise. Concussion specialists from UPMC and AHN refer their patients to him.