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Your Vision Therapy Eye Doctor In Dallas

We love helping our patients enjoy the beauty of life by improving their vision. At our vision therapy center we treat a variety of vision problems through retraining the eyes with special exercises and activities, these patients leave our program with dramatic vision improvement, heightened school performance, and positive self esteem.

What is vision therapy?

Teen Girl Smiling Window 1280×853While eyeglasses and contact lenses are effective treatments for refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia, there are other vision conditions which corrective lenses cannot fix.

Vision therapy, often referred to as “physical therapy for the eyes and brain,” is a treatment program that consists of a series of “eye exercises” or activities that are prescribed and monitored by a trained optometrist, and are used to retrain the visual system to function more efficiently. The therapy program is customized towards the visual needs of each patient, and is adjusted throughout the process to encourage further visual improvements. The human brain is remarkable in its ability to adapt to new information with remarkable speed and success. This is known as neuroplasticity, and is the guiding concept behind vision therapy’s success.

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Who can benefit from vision therapy?

Healthy people with good visual acuity can still suffer from vision problems that affect their quality of life. Vision therapy has shown to be an effective method of treatment for patients of all ages and for many conditions that affect the visual system, including but not limited to:

  • Oculomotor dysfunction (eye movement disorders)
  • Accommodative disorders (eye focusing disorders)
  • Non-strabismic binocular disorders (eye teaming disorders)
  • Strabismus (crossed eyes)
  • Amblyopia (lazy eye)
  • Visual sequelae of acquired brain injury (stroke or concussion)
  • Visual information processing disorders

These vision problems are treatable, and are often overlooked at visual screenings. At 24/7 Vision & EYE CARE, we help people overcome these challenges by addressing the underlying vision problem.

Our Vision Therapy Doctor


Malkishuana Lacy, O.D.

Dr. Malkishuana Lacy is from Woodville, Texas. He graduated with top honors from Woodville High School in 1996, and earned his Associate Degree in Natural Sciences from Tyler Junior College in 2001. Later on in 2001, Dr. Lacy earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Lamar University. In 2008, he went on to graduate from the University of Houston College of Optometry. His clinical experience includes Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas; First Eye Care in Dallas, Texas; Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada and True Vision in Dallas, Texas.

Dr. Lacy’s professional accomplishments include serving as a Captain in the United States Air Force, member of American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, National Optometric Association, Dallas County Optometric Society, and Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. Lacy enjoys traveling, Vinyasa yoga, weight lifting, cycling and spending quality time with his wife and three children.

How can I enroll in vision therapy?

A comprehensive eye examination is required to determine if vision therapy is an appropriate treatment option for you and your condition. Contact our office to book an appointment and learn more about vision therapy.

How long can treatment take with vision therapy?

Effective therapy requires visual skills to be developed until they are integrated with other systems and become automatic, enabling patients to achieve their full potential. The length of treatment varies between patients depending on the complexity of their condition and the specific needs of the patient. This may take as little as 10 sessions, or it may take longer.

Success with vision therapy

Vision therapy results can vary depending on each condition and circumstance. Successful vision therapy requires active engagement from the prescribing doctor, vision therapist, patient, and parents of any children enrolled in the program. With time, consistency, and hard work, patients can experience significant improvements in symptoms and efficiency in school or work-related tasks. Many school-aged patients often report increased reading speed, reading comprehension, and performance in school overall.

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Questions and Answers About Vision Therapy

Dr. Dr. Malkishuana Lacy will answer your questions about vision therapy, including:

  • What is Vision Therapy?
  • Can Vision Therapy help with learning problems?
  • Where to research about vision therapy?
  • How long does Vision Therapy take?

And more!