Dr. Susan Danberg Welcomes You!
Vision is more than clear sight. Visually related learning, athletic and work place problems can be present even in a healthy eye with 20/20 eyesight. Dr. Danberg is particularly qualified to diagnose and to treat these types of visual dysfunctions. A behavioral vision exam is more extensive and looks beyond 20/20 by evaluating how you process information, your visual perception ability and how your vision integrates with your other senses.
My goal is to make sure that each patient gets a complete assessment of their visual problems and to treat the underlying cause of their visual imbalance. I am dedicated to treating children and adults who suffer from undiagnosed vision problems such as lazy, crossed or wandering eyes, compromised visual systems as a result of a developmental delay, developmental disability, traumatic brain injury, stroke or neurological disorder.
I am proud to treat a number of local veterans and enjoy working with persons of all ages, and as a full time consultant to Special Olympics I find it especially fulfilling to work with special needs populations.
My commitment is to serve all children and adults whose visual systems cause difficulty with reading, learning, remaining on-task or being productive, double vision, headaches or eyestrain; poor coordination, depth perception or sports performance, dizziness or light sensitivity and poor balance or mobility.
Centrally located in CT and serving Upper New Haven, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex , Tolland and Windham Counties as well as Southern Mass.
Vision Therapy is a customized treatment program, overseen by a doctor, designed to correct visual-motor and/or perceptual-cognitive deficiencies.
Use this quiz to see if you or someone you know may have vision problems that could be improved or corrected.
Dr. Susan Danberg Provides:
Comprehensive Vision Examinations
care for all ages
Treatment for Vision Problems that Affect Learning:
reading and tracking problems, comprehension issues, ADD,
ADHD, dyslexia, etc.
Treatment for Binocular Vision Conditions:
diplopia (double vision), amblyopia (lazy eye),
convergence insufficiency (near-vision disorder),
lack of depth perception (two-eyed depth perception),
strabismus (cross-eyed, wandering eye, eye turns, etc.), etc.
Vision Rehabilitation for Patients with Special Needs:
developmental delays, traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, etc.
Treatment for Stress-Related Vision Problems
visual stress from reading and computers,
eyestrain, headaches, blurred vision, vision-induced
motion sickness and/or stomachaches, etc.
Sports Vision Correction and/or Improvement:
depth perception, eye-hand coordination, tracking, etc.