Advanced Vision and Achievement Center is a multidisciplinary optometric practice where our experts improve your eyesight with on-site corrective lenses, medical treatments, and revolutionary therapies that train your eyes and the visual processing centers in your brain to function optimally. Conveniently located in Phoenix, Advanced Vision and Achievement has improved the vision of generations of diverse families in Phoenix and surrounding areas since 1982.
Under the direction of optometric specialists Neha Amin, OD, FAAO, and Mary Hardy, OD, Advanced Vision and Achievement Center provides a full range of optometric services for everyone from infants to geriatrics. Your family can come to Advanced Vision and Achievement Center for annual eye exams, glaucoma tests, contact lens fittings, and new, designer-frame eyeglasses. You also have access to emergency care and state-of-the-art, specialized services such as vision-related treatments for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and stroke, nonsurgical Ortho-K corneal reshaping, and contact lenses that correct color insufficiency.
The dedicated staff at Advanced Vision and Achievement Center understand that vision problems may interfere with normal development, reading ability, and even sports performance. That’s why one of the cornerstones of Advanced Vision and Achievement is vision therapy.
Vision therapy is a type of physical therapy for your eyes and the parts of your brain that control vision. Your specialist uses prisms, filters, computerized visual activities, and tools such as balance boards and metronomes, to rewire your brain and strengthen eye muscles. Vision therapy is appropriate for children, women, and men whose vision problems can’t be completely resolved with conventional therapy, and for those who wish to improve their binocular vision or eye-hand coordination.
Join the Advanced Vision and Achievement family by scheduling your first optometric evaluation. Call the knowledgeable team, book an appointment online, or come to the office for emergency services.