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  • Doctor’s Name:Valerie Frazer, OD, FCOVD
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  • About the Doctor:Before entering optometry school, Dr. Valerie Frazer received her BA in human physiology from Southern Illinois University with additional studies in the areas of psychology and literature. After graduating from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Frazer moved to Wisconsin to complete a yearlong residency with a concentration in vision therapy and vision development. Two years later, she achieved her board certification from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) in these same areas. The COVD Fellow Certification process serves to identify doctors of optometry who are prepared to offer state-of-the-art clinical services in behavioral and developmental vision care, vision therapy and vision rehabilitation. Dr. Frazer joins an elite group of Wisconsin Fellows. There are only eight Fellows in the state of Wisconsin. Dr. Frazer collaborates with optometrists, teachers, occupational therapists and other professionals who treat patients with learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit disorder. During her residency, she developed a special interest in working with patients who have functional vision difficulties following a stroke or brain injury. She frequently is invited to speak to these various professionals about visual skills and the role vision therapy can play in the developmental and rehabilitation process.
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    New Horizons Vision Therapy Center’s mission is to treat functional vision problems that interfere with reading, learning and life. We treat Learning-Related Vision Problems related to Poor Eye Tracking, Focusing and Convergence/Eye Teaming. We also treat Visual Perceptual/Processing Difficulties, Letter Reversals, Difficulties with Memory and Visualization. These can interfere with reading fluency, comprehension, spelling, math, and writing/handwriting. We also treat Strabismus (Eye Turns), Double Vision, Amblyopia (Lazy Eye), Eyestrain/Headaches, and vision symptoms secondary to Brain Injury and Concussions.

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