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Welcome to Holistic Vision in Huntingdon Valley. Dr. Sapossnek and our team strive to offer the best in vision services. We are proud to offer you a comprehensive, functional and developmental approach to vision care. Dr. Sapossnek’s professional philosophy is to educate you about how your vision impacts your everyday life, and to recommend treatments to help you improve and sustain your vision. Our office provides information about nutritional supplements to keep your eyes healthy, Vision Therapy to improve visual skills, and professionally fit eyeglasses and contact lenses to help you look and see your best!
Offered in our office, Vision Therapy is an effective behavioral approach to correcting vision problems. The therapy consists of a series of meticulously designed and executed activities, prescribed by the doctor, to train the brain to use the eyes more efficiently. Our therapists are dedicated to developing strong bonds with patients and their families, while following the technical recommendations of the doctor.
Call us at 215-663-5933 today or schedule an appointment online.
For more information about Vision Therapy, visit:
|Monday||10 am||7 pm|
|Tuesday||9 am||6 pm|
|Wednesday||VT Only||VT Only|
|Thursday||9 am||6 pm|
|Friday||9 am||2 pm|
|Saturday||By Appt.||By Appt.|
|10 am||9 am||VT Only||9 am||9 am||By Appt.||Closed|
|7 pm||6 pm||VT Only||6 pm||2 pm||By Appt.||Closed|
"Dr. Sapossnek is an excellent optometrist. She has my complete trust. She is so thorough in her exams and includes parents in conversation and education, so I know and understand all the facets of my children's vision. All of the above [in the Patient Satisfaction Survey are] EXCELLENT, no need to elaborate. I feel fortunate to have found Dr. Sapossnek and am glad all of us can go to her-both for my child with vision therapy needs, daughter and I with glasses, and son who needs neither."
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