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Our own Dr. Pino in The Florida Villager: Vision and Learning

VISION AND LEARNING IN SCHOOL, 75 TO 90 PERCENT OF WHAT WE LEARN INVOLVES our visual system. About 25 percent of students struggle with their visual skills such as eye teaming, eye focusing, eye tracking and visual information processing. In the technological world that we live in now there is...

Florida Villager Article by Dr. Lianne Pino: How Vision Therapy Helps Struggling Students

ONE OUT OF FOUR CHILDREN STRUGGLE WITH reading and learning unnecessarily because of undiagnosed vision problems, making vision therapy a simple and effective tool in helping children (as well as adults) overcome these obstacles to perform everyday tasks more easily and efficiently. But what is vision therapy and how does...

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is brain injury month. Eyesight is the human brains most sophisticated sensory system.  About 50 percent of brain injuries demonstrate visual skill deficiencies.  There are two types of brain injury:  traumatic brain injury (TBI) such as concussions and acquired brain injury (ABI) such as cerebrovascular accident or stroke.  Visual...

Dr. Lianne Pino

dr pino pictureDr. Lianne Pino is a Developmental Optometrist dedicated to treating children and adults with visual skill deficiencies. She provides in-depth testing for diagnosis and treatment of visual problems that often interfere with reading and learning. She graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry with Honors in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision Services. Dr. Pino understands the needs of patients young and old, and is skilled in very specific testing and diagnosis tools designed to identify many types of vision-related problems, often seen in people with learning disabilities, ADHD, and Autism.

Dr. Pino also performs in-depth testing for the diagnosis and treatment of neuro-visual and ocular-motor difficulties related to traumatic and acquired brain injuries including accidents, concussion, stroke and other visual and processing difficulties.

She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.