Chuck Hinshaw is the Chief Vision Therapist at Virginia Vision Therapy Center with years of experience helping children and adults develop functional and dynamic vision to improve visual processing, learning self-efficacy, and self-confidence. He also rehabilitates children and adults who have acquired brain injury from trauma, sports-related injuries, and pathological processes like stroke. Chuck utilizes integrative cognitive therapies that draw upon the concepts of neuroplasticity via developmental and rehabilitative protocols. He regularly provides professional in-service training to other educational and rehabilitative professionals. He is a certified Neuro-Optometric Vision Therapist through the College of Optometrist in Vision Development, a graduate student in Educational Psychology through Capella University, and a proud father of three and grandfather of two.
Vision is arguably our most important sense. It directly affects problem solving, movement, emotional well-being, personal relationships, and other aspects of daily living. In spite of neuroscientific advances in our understanding of vision, especially in the areas of identifying and treating vision problems, it continues to be poorly understood by educators, clinicians, and the general […]