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About The Brecheen Learning and Vision Center
Founded in 1985 as the Lewisville Learning Clinic, the practice was established to help school-age children with vision-related learning disabilities and reading success.
Fred Brecheen, O.D. joined the practice in 2011 and became managing director in July 2012. In this capacity Dr. Brecheen prescribes eyeglasses and contact lenses to help treat vision problems and vision therapy programs to help improve vision-related learning difficulties and strabismus.
Professional Vision Therapy Staff:
All vision therapists at the Brecheen Learning and Vision Center are certified professional educators who have completed extensive training in vision therapy treatment. With an average seven years experience in vision therapy, each therapist works under the supervision of Dr. Brecheen to implement a customized program to address each client's specific vision-related issue and/or learning challenge.
Comprehensive Vison Care Team:
Selecting new glasses or contacts can be an overwhelming experience. There are many kinds of lenses and frames, and multiple choices for contact lenses. The professional staff of the Brecheen Learning and Vision Center is experienced and knowledgable with the broad range of products available today and can help guide you to the best choice for your individual vision care needs and lifestyle.