Today, I walked out of Neurovision Rehabilitation Center of PA with my head up and focused on being able to see the trees in the forest for the first time since my car accident. Imagine seeing the forest but not being able to figure out which clump of leaves go with which tree trunk because the image was flat and most things had tails. Dr. Collins said my gait and balance would improve as well, but I was still tentative and apprehensive that I would stumble, wobble and look ready for a field sobriety test which I knew I could not pass. I began the process of driving home. The first good news I did not get lost trying to get out of the parking lot like my first visit. The ride home was exciting, the scenery was beautiful almost too beautiful to behold so I finally gave in and stopped on the way home just so I could look around without getting overwhelmed. Thank-you so much Dr. Collins and your team. I can only imagine improvement from here and I’m really smiling about it.
I was referred for prism lenses by my occupational and physical therapists following a fall and concussion. I was reluctant because historically I have had little success and been underwhelmed by specialists. Wow was I wrong. Dr. Collins was compassionate and spent time understanding my situation before she began my exam. Once finished, I wanted to wear the sample glasses home! It was the best experience I have had at the eye doctors. I finally feel like I can really see and see without struggling. Amazing.
I want to thank Dr Collins and Team for helping me with my double vision.
Very empathetic staff. In tune with the individual needs of the patient. Unlike the other places I called, they weren’t concerned with the money first, but truly concerned with helping. They all went out of their way to take the time to listen and did not rush through my appointment. I can’t say enough about what a wonderful experience I had and how truly hopeful I am that the treatment provided will work. They certainly know their stuff!