With the best in Vision Therapy!
Cook Vision Therapy Center, Inc.
David L. Cook, O.D., F.C.O.V.D, F.A.A.O.
Providing Expertise Across
Metro Atlanta, the State, and the Nation
Patients travel across the nation to see Dr. David Cook for one reason: expertise.
Not only is Dr. Cook residency trained and board certified in optometric vision therapy, he has served on the national and international examination boards that do the certifying. He has appeared on television, authored books, and won awards for papers appearing in national peer-reviewed journals. He trains doctors from around the world. Most importantly, he has thirty years of experience in tailoring vision therapy to meet the needs and goals of each patient. It is one thing to provide vision therapy. It is quite another to select the exact mix of needed visual abilities and to work them until they are completely mastered, changing lives: not just temporarily, but year after year.
Why allow any of the following to continue to describe your life?
For a free online screening for your child or yourself visit FREE SCREENINGS. You'll be amazed at the ways in which vision could be affecting your life or the life of your child. Next, call us at 770-419-0400 to discuss your screening results during a free phone consultation. See if our services may be perfect to allow you or your child and family to .
David L. Cook
Cook Vision Therapy Center, Inc. | 770-419-0400
1395 S Marietta Pkwy, Bld 400, Ste 107
Marietta, GA 30067
7 Minutes to Better Eyesight and Beyond
WHEN YOUR CHILD STRUGGLES:
Myths of 20/20 Vision
"She has had dramatic improvements in Math, Reading, all subjects. Her memory has improved—no more studying for days before a test. Her self confidence has grown by the day. Thank you so much! I tell everyone about vision therapy and our daughter's success."
Office Hours by Appointment Only
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