December 8, 2015 Lindsey Stull, OD, FCOVD Photos Welcome to Our Office We're located in the Bay Scott Center office park of Naperville, IL. Visit us at 1891 Bay Scott Circle suite 109. Front reception desk Our waiting area Enjoy complimentary wifi and coffee, tea, or hot chocolate! Neuro-optometric exam room Treatment area containing a variety of therapeutic tools for visual-vestibular activities, eye hand coordination, and visual processing. Additional space for whiteboard treatment activities Treatment room with platform swing for visual-vestibular activities! Treatment in Action Incorporating the rail walk into a saccadic eye movement activity to engage the proprioceptive, vestibular, and visual systems A clever way to improve strength and awareness of the focusing system in free space by using a minus lens Developing eye-hand coordination and reaction time Improving throwing accuracy with spatial shifting prisms Integrating sensory systems Developing visual motor coordination and visual anticipation Seated activity at the sports fixator to work on improving central-peripheral integration Testing out some prism goggles Using the SVI touch screen to improve saccadic eye movements with the addition of prisms to incorporate a spatial shift Working on experiencing stereopsis, or depth perception, with the VTS4 dog/ring Improving eye hand coordination with an added challenge of balancing on the rail walk A fun activity that addresses visual tracking and eye-hand coordination important in sports and other daily activities Verbal saccades activity on the Sanet Vision Integrator Working on developing gross motor coordination to help with fine motor coordination of eye movements Performing a cool task known as cheiroscopic tracing where both eyes are being used to perform two different tasks Cheiroscopic tracing complete... Way to go! Improving visual skills with abduction stretches using a Brock string! Incorporating vestibular input to help develop eye coordination skills Improving visual accommodative ability while balancing on the rail walk Vestibular input for 3D!