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3685 Center Circle

Fort Mill, SC 29715 US

888-262-2020

704-973-0664

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Welcome to Vision Therapy Center of Charlotte

Your Vision Development Services in the Metro Charlotte Area & Fort Mill, SC

“Enhancing Academic Achievement, Daily Living & Athletic Success with Improvements to Visual Performance for over 30 years”

Dr. Haleo and the Vision Therapy Center of Charlotte, LLC. concentrate clinical care to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and management of children and adults who struggle with academic success, reading, writing and learning issues, executive function and the visual-spatial and perceptual problems associated with reading, learning, ADD, ADHD, PDD, dyslexia, strokes, head injuries, and neurological insults.

We treat all functionally related vision problems including ocular tracking problems, convergence problems, strabismus and amblyopia. We work with visually directed motor and visual-auditory integration issues too. At the Vision Therapy Center of Charlotte, LLC. we strive to give excellent care. For more than 30 years, we have cared for children, parents and athletes by giving our time.

Time, a most precious commodity is what we have to offer children, their parents, and adults who want their questions and concerns thoroughly addressed and answered. Our treatment programs are always one-on-one to ensure dedicated, individualized and focused care and attention. All therapy is delivered with the doctor at each visit. For us, nothing less will do...

We look forward to helping you in a quiet, unhurried environment where personal attention begins and ends with the doctor.

Steven L. Haleo, O.D., F.C.O.V.D.

Board Certified & Fellowship Trained in

Binocular Vision, Vision Perception & Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

Meet The Optometrist

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Steven L. Haleo

    Dr. Haleo has practiced optometry for more than 30 years with special emphasis on binocular vision development, vision rehabilitation and sports vision in both children and adults.

    Dr. Haleo has practiced optometry for more than 30 years with special emphasis on binocular vision development, vision rehabilitation and sports vision in both children and adults.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr Haleo is just what our daughter needed. We knew something wasn't right and my mom who taught special education for over 45 years recognized she was having visual perception issues. I was unsure where to go but after reading various provider's websites I kept coming back to Dr. Haleo's. I made the right choice. Just learning what our daughter has been going through has made it easier to understand some of her behaviors and why her school performance doesn't match her abilities. She's already m"
    Cathleen Daivs W.

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