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Welcome to Orthovision - the first Vision Therapy Centre in South-East Asia.
We provide a range of services for children and adults alike - here we are highlighting a few. Click on the pictures or the title to find out more:


The detection and analysis of primitive and postural reflexes can be used as a valuable tool to find out why a child is not performing at age level.


The techniques used by INPP (Institute of Neuro-Physiological Psychology) have given hope to many thousands of children and their parents.

We assess basic as well as dynamic elements of vision. The assessment starts with evaluation of visual acuity, eye-sight, and proceeds into binocular (eye-teaming) and focusing abilities. Habits and life-style are taken into account as well.


If necessary, cases are referred out to other specialists.

Blurred Vision, Double Vision, Moving Words are often root-causes for children who find it difficult to concentrate at school. Sometimes labeled as dyslexic, difficult, fidgety, even diagnosed with ADHD they struggle in their daily lives.


They do not know that their eyes are not collaborating as they think this is how everyone sees.

Integrated Vision Therapy, also known as vision training, is used to improve vision skills such as eye movement control and eye coordination.


It involves a series of procedures carried out in both home and office settings, usually under professional supervision.

Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a condition resulting from focusing the eyes on a computer or other display device for protracted, uninterrupted periods of time.


Some symptoms of CVS include headaches, blurred vision, neck pain, redness in the eyes, fatigue, eye strain, dry eyes, irritated eyes, double vision, vertigo/dizziness, diplopia, and difficulty refocusing the eyes.

It has been found that vision training significantly increases accommodative facility and function in children, and relieves them of subjective symptoms such as asthenopia, headaches, blurred vision, and avoidance of near activity (symptoms which were also objectively confirmed in the study). When tested two years after the completion of vision training, it was found that none of the subjective symptoms recurred.

Visual skills are one of the four pillars that make up an athlete's so-called "intangible" skills set.


Training and conditioning their visual skills enables athletes to quickly and accurately recognize and process visual information.  It is the first step in getting the body to make the proper response in competition.

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Director of Orthovision
Mr. Zoran Pejic
Our aim at Orthovision is to educate you and your family so that you can understand and learn to appreciate the links between vision, learning and your emotional reality. We carry out a vision assessment, provide vision development tools and recommend simple exercises with a slight change in your visual habits.