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Focus Vision Therapy Center - Your Developmental Optometrist in Idaho

Are you a parent concerned with your child’s ability to focus, read, and learn? Have you experienced dizziness, double-vision, and a poorer quality of life after a traumatic brain injury, stroke, or other neurological event? Do you want a serious edge over your competition?

We are dedicated to providing the highest level of vision care to your whole family as if they were our very own. At Focus Vision Therapy Center, we believe that educating our patients is a key factor in developing and restoring full visual function to children and adults alike. Our expert staff takes the time to discuss and answer any questions you might have and supply you with the most up-to-date information to help you maintain excellent vision.

Call today to book an appointment and receive the quality attention that you deserve.

What Makes Focus Vision Therapy Center Unique?

Focus Vision Therapy Center is an independent private practice that specializes in advanced vision therapy, neuro-optometric rehabilitation and sports vision. We are committed to transparency, with an open line of communication. We positively believe in practicing with a patient-centered approach; ensuring that our patients feel welcomed, respected and listened to is what we do best.

Our Boise optometrist will be happy to answer all your questions. The local Boise optometrist offers you and your family top quality vision care delivered with caring and dedicated customer service.


Restoring Vision and Quality of Life

Neuro-optometric rehabilitation is an effective treatment for people experiencing visual problems caused by brain trauma and various neurological conditions.


Giving Athletes an Edge

An athlete on the top of his or her game, Sports Vision Training offers evidence-based exercises to enhance an athlete's vision and help them take their next level.

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Dr. Scott Lewis O. D., FCOVD

Scott Lewis, O.D., F.C.O.V.D. Developmental Optometrist & Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development Having struggled through his early education until his own vision problem was located and treated, Dr. Lewis is...
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Vision Therapy In Boise, Idaho

Succeed with Vision Therapy

Poor visual skills can obstruct one's ability to succeed in school, work and sports. Vision therapy develops and enhances the fundamental visual skills and abilities, which leads to increased visual comfort and enhanced information processing. When the eyes and brain learn to work together as a team, visual function improves, and struggles in the classroom or at work are alleviated.

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Hours & Location

We have convenient hours and are easy to find!

  • 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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  • 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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At Focus Vision Therapy Center - we not only offer comprehensive eye exams and prescribe glasses or contacts, but we take our time to listen to your story and develop a complete picture of your ocular and medical history. Your eye health and peace of mind is important to us.

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