Dr. Gall received his Doctorate in Optometry in 1993. In 1995, he received his Master of Vision Science in the area of binocular vision. He later received his Fellowship from the American Academy of Optometry, earned by only 5% of optometrists who give back to the profession in terms of research and leadership. Since the beginning, Dr. Gall has offered vision training as an option for success.
Dr. Gall diagnoses and treats vision problems which may prevent or interfere with the normal learning process. Optometrists do not treat learning disabilities, but rather seek solutions to these vision problems which allow students to benefit more fully from visual education.
Dr. Gall’s Vision Therapist, Heather Dillon, has played a vital role in caring for patients and motivating them to achieve success. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and works closely with Dr. Gall while providing personalized vision therapy.
The philosophy of the Foundations for Learning Centre is based on the work of Dr. Mitchell Scheiman and Dr. Michael Rouse. They co-authored – Optometric Management of Learning-Related Vision Problems 2nd Edition (2006). Dr. Scheiman is a professor at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry – Salus University.