At Cornerstone Vision Development Center, our goal is to help you or your child see better so learning, reading, and life are easier.
We are dedicated to helping you find a payment option that works for your family.
How much does testing cost?
We provide the cost of testing when you schedule your appointment so we can discuss your unique symptoms and needs. We would love to help you! Call 330-816-0003 or Ask a Question Online.
How much does vision therapy cost?
Depending on each patient's diagnosis and prescribed treatment plan, the cost of vision therapy varies. After your vision exam, our doctors will review your test results, recommend a treatment plan, and discuss cost and payment options with you. We are dedicated to helping all our patients improve their vision by offering flexible payment options and discounts.
What forms of payment does Cornerstone accept?
We accept payment in cash, checks, credit cards, health savings accounts, and Carecredit.
We offer flexible payment schedules to fit your family's needs and budget.
Upfront Payment - We offer a 5% discount on the total cost of therapy when you prepay for the cost of therapy in full.
Monthly Payments - Payments can be made monthly for the length of your treatment.
18 Month Plan - We partner with CareCredit- a no interest healthcare credit card designed for your family's health and wellness needs - to make paying easier. CareCredit allows you to make smaller payments over 18 months at 0% interest. Learn more about CareCredit.
Your insurance company may not cover vision therapy, except in cases of stroke, concussion, or traumatic brain injury. To keep staffing costs low for you, we do not bill insurance from our office.
We are happy to assist you in submitting vision therapy insurance claims yourself by providing all the necessary information your insurance company requires. Call 330-816-0003 or Email Our Staff - We will answer any insurance question you might have.
Schedule Your Full Vision Exam
Our specialized vision exams can reveal the hidden vision problems behind frequent headaches, reading/writing struggles, and blurred or double vision. We want to help you see better so you can live better.
We will test for eye health, acuity (ability to focus at a distance) , convergence (ability to turn eyes together), eye pursuits/saccades (eye movement ability), accommodation (ability to make vision clear), and visual processing (the connection between the visual system and the brain).