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  • About the Doctor:Formerly an Assistant Professor of Optometry (specializing in vision therapy, contact lens, low vision and pediatric diagnostic services) at the Illinois College of Optometry, he also served as Director of the Clinical Procedures Laboratory and the Strabismus/Amblyopia Clinic, and took graduate level courses in ‘Teaching Children With Learning Disabilities’. In 1973, Dr. Kotlicky completed his Bachelor of Science in Visual Science there and he received his Doctor of Optometry degree from Illinois College of Optometry in 1975 as well as his Certificate in Vision Therapy. Dr. Kotlicky was Director of the Vision Care Program at Howard Community College in Columbia, MD, and has served for many years on the Howard County School Health Advisory Board. Dr. Kotlicky is a past president of the Greater Baltimore Optometric Society and a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Optometric Extension Program, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Dr. Kotlicky was also a consultant for the Forensic Medical Advisory Services Corporation in Rockville, Maryland. Dr. Kotlicky is dedicated to education, excellence and results in providing patient care. He is a well respected lecturer to raise awareness of the types of vision problems that interfere with reading and learning. His patients are often mis-diagnosed with learning disabilities and attention problems due to the similarity of symptoms. He truly enjoys helping his patients overcome the visual roadblocks to their success.
  • Doctor’s Name:Dr. Michael Kotlicky
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    Dr. Michael Kotlicky, Director of the Visual Learning Centers of America, Inc., is a developmental optometrist providing specialized services for children and adults with binocular vision problems.  For 47 years, Dr. Kotlicky has had a general practice of optometry, with specialties in the areas of vision therapy, pediatric vision, sports vision, developmental and behavioral vision. He provides visual rehabilitation for patients with brain injuries and stroke. Through specialized testing, and individualized vision therapy treatment plans, patients are able to improve visual function, as well as school, sports, and job performance.

    Q Will the evaluation be covered by insurance?

    Yes, we work with Aetna and BCBS major medical plans, so you don't have to have a vision plan for services.

    Q Do you have another location?

    Yes, we have a treatment center in Pikesville. The initial evaluation is done in Columbia.

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