Tyler Vision Therapy Center in Tyler,TX

Tyler Vision Therapy specializes in treating a variety of eye problems for patients of all ages. Dr. Neshia Rudd, optometrist and vision therapist, offers highly effective, non-surgical solutions to common eye issues. Her passion is helping children who struggle to read and learn in school because of vision impairments.

For over 12 years, Dr. Rudd’s treatments have brought relief to patients with vision problems that interfere with learning, reading, comprehension, and attention. Our caring staff is dedicated to bringing hope and healing to their patients.

Office Hours

Mon: 10am – 5:30pm
Tue: 8am – 5pm
Wed: 9am – 5:30pm
Thu: 9am – 5:30pm
Fri: 8am – 1:30pm

Does your child...


  • Take hours to complete 20 minutes worth of homework
  • Complain about headaches when reading
  • Lose their place or skip words
  • Have to re-read in order to comprehend
  • Have trouble concentrating
  • Learn better by listening

Self Assessment

Treatment for Children with Learning Related Vision Problems

Many children can see clearly at a distance, but have trouble doing the close-up work involved in reading and schoolwork. These problems often go undetected in vision screenings and are mistaken for ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, and other learning disorders. Children with vision problems frequently suffer with poor school performance, trouble completing homework, accidents, changes in behavior, and low self esteem. If vision is the source of the problem, it can be treated with vision therapy. Dr. Rudd is passionate about treating children who struggle in school because of eye problems. Her vision therapy programs have helped many children regain their confidence and ability to learn. 

What is Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy is like physical therapy for the eyes and brain. It retrains the eyes and brain to work together. Treatment includes a doctor prescribed program of activities and procedures directed by a vision therapist. These activities help the patient use the eyes efficiently and improve visual comfort.

Vision therapy is like physical therapy for the eyes and brain. It retrains the eyes and brain to work together. Treatment includes a doctor prescribed program of activities and procedures directed by a vision therapist. These activities help the patient use the eyes efficiently and improve visual comfort.

Does your child need vision therapy?


The first step in determining if vision therapy can help your child’s reading and learning problems is to contact Tyler Vision Therapy and schedule a comprehensive exam with Dr. Neshia Rudd. Following the exam, Dr. Rudd will provide a diagnosis and determine whether vision therapy is the best course. If so, your child will begin an individualized eye treatment program. It is Tyler Vision Therapy’s goal to bring hope and healing to every patient they see.

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More Testimonials
Friendly and courteous staff. Doctor thoroughly answered my questions and explained things to me in a way that didn't make me feel dumb. Would definitely recommend them to friends and family.

– Donna P.