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Specialty: Pediatrics and Vision Therapy
Degree: Illinois College of Optometry

Dr. Adams provides a complete range of vision care services, specializing in pediatrics and vision therapy. She understands that comprehensive treatment includes the use of lenses, prisms and vision therapy to treat individuals experiencing vision difficulties.

Dr. Adams graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry. Her rotations included ocular pathology and vision therapy with emphasis on pediatrics and examining children with special needs. Dr. Adams served as the local and national liaison for the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She received her undergraduate degree from Jacksonville University (Florida) where she majored in biology and was a presidential scholar. Dr. Adams received her master’s degree from the University of North Florida where she was a presidential scholar and graduated cum laude.

Dr. Adams is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), the Optometric Extension Program (OEP), National Optometric Association (NOA) and the Illinois Optometric Association (IOA).

Dr. Adams is successful in treating children struggling in the classroom, adults experiencing computer vision syndrome, individuals with strabismus or amblyopia as well as children with attention deficit, PDD and autism.

Dr. Adams provides:

  • Comprehensive eye examinations for all ages including infants and preschoolers
  • Vision therapy for all ages
  • Treatment for learning-related vision problems, including visual difficulties related to ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, reading and tracking problems
  • Treatment of strabismus (eye turns) and amblyopia
  • Contact lens fitting including bifocal, toric and hybrid lenses
  • Treatment of eye diseases and co-management of surgery (LASIK, cataracts and glaucoma)

The behavioral optometrist recognizes that vision is a dynamic process that is learned and directly effects how we think, how we solve problems and how we feel. The behavioral practitioner is not only concerned about getting you to see 20/20 but how you perceive your environment and how efficiently you use your eyes. Vision therapy is a holistic way of providing care and remediating the visual system.