Dr. Carl G. Hillier
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  • Lemon Grove, CA
  • United States
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Dr. Carl G. Hillier's Friends

  • Charles Fortenbacher
  • Anna Altheide
  • Erin Buck
  • Joshua Christopher
  • Bowersox Vision Team
  • Kristine Huang
  • Dr. Emily Schottman
  • Brandon Begotka
  • Thuy Ngo
  • COVD
  • Charles Shidlofsky, O.D.
  • Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD
  • Dr. Bradley Habermehl
  • Toni Bristol
  • Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO

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Dr. Carl G. Hillier is now friends with Anna Altheide and Charles Fortenbacher
Mar 29, 2012
Dr. Carl G. Hillier left a comment for Charles Fortenbacher
"Great having you aboard!, and look forward to seeing you in San Diego."
Mar 29, 2012
Dr. Carl G. Hillier joined Carole L. Hong, OD, FCOVD's group

Apps 4 Vision Development

Many parents and patients have asked if we can suggest "Apps" that can be used to improve visual skills or enhance visual development.  We are looking for your contributions and suggestions to add to the list. Thanks for your help!See More
Sep 14, 2011
Dr. Carl G. Hillier commented on Anna Altheide's blog post My first trip to London since vision therapy
"Dear Anna, Thanks for sharing your wonderful new view of London; I knew you would see it in a "new light"! I hope that more and more will take the step that you did, by doing Optometric Vision Therapy. We look forward to seeing you again…"
Sep 11, 2011
Dr. Carl G. Hillier commented on Anna Altheide's blog post My journey with Strabismus
"Anna, I'm so "proud"! This is all of your work and awareness! We need a picture from London with your eyes straight, and give Sherlock something to think about! Carl Hillier, OD FCOVD"
Aug 25, 2011
Dr. Carl G. Hillier joined Lynda Rimke's group

Adult Strabismic Patients' Forum

Join a discussion place for adult strabismic patients and developmental optometrists to share insights and stories; questions and encouragement.Stereopsis is our goal. "Fixing My Gaze" by Susan Barry is our inspiration.See More
Mar 26, 2011
Dr. Bryce Appelbaum left a comment for Dr. Carl G. Hillier
"I will be there, looking forward to seeing you."
Mar 7, 2011
Dr. Carl G. Hillier left a comment for Dr. Bryce Appelbaum
"Welcome!! Will we see you in Florida? Carl"
Mar 7, 2011

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Developmental Optometrist
We enhance children's ability to learn, athletes ability to see more information more quickly, and we help those who have suffered a brain injury, to recapture the visual abilities that they may have lost. We also help people acquire the ability to see their world in three-dimensions (3-D), by helping them overcome eye-alignment problems, and amblyopia.

We practice in Lemon Grove (San Diego), Encinitas (San Diego) as well as at the Vision Rehabilitation Clinic at Alvarado Hospital, San Diego.
My lectures on topics regarding Learning Related Vision Problems, Strabismus and Amblyopia, Sports Vision Training and Visual Problems secondary to Acquired Brain Injury, you can go the my website with these lectures. It is found here: www.sandiegocenterforvisioncare.com

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At 7:43pm on March 7, 2011, Dr. Bryce Appelbaum said…
I will be there, looking forward to seeing you.
At 12:41pm on April 26, 2010, Dan Press said…
Nice to be here, thanks.
At 9:31pm on February 17, 2010, Thuy Ngo said…
I have a feeling that there will be a book out soon and that it will be like the next "Fixing My Gaze" at the office :)
At 12:15am on February 17, 2010, Thuy Ngo said…
Hi Dr. Hillier. Thank you for inviting me to your webinar on Vision and Autism. It was truly informative. There is a lot of information about individuals along the spectrum that I have yet gotten a chance to experience and learn about. I hope to read more about the topic and hopefully get the opportunity to work with this special population in the near future. It was great to hear Chantal reading Jeremy's positive experience in vision therapy. It reminded me why I chose to do VT :)
At 3:49pm on September 25, 2009, Thuy Ngo said…
Hi Dr. Hillier,

Are you open to me being there every Wednesday or just to visit a couple of days? Dr. Kling would like to know.
At 1:39am on September 24, 2009, Thuy Ngo said…
Hi Dr. Hillier. I've talked to Dr. Kling about my interest in VT recently. He suggested that I should spend some time at a VT practice. When I said that I would love to visit your practice, he offered to call to talk to you first. I did tell him you used to have two other externs from SCCO when I was there. But he said he would give it a try. I hope you have room for one more extern because I would love to have some real world VT experience under my belt.
At 2:47pm on August 16, 2009, Thuy Ngo said…
That would be great. I am looking forward to visiting you. I'm scheduled to go to Belize for a week on a humanitarian mission with SVOSH. Then I will be in San Diego after that. I will be in touch. Have a wonderful rest of the summer!
At 10:22pm on August 13, 2009, Thuy Ngo said…
Hi Dr. Hillier. I will be working with Dr. Kling at Invision EyeCare in Hillcrest. I'm really looking forward to working with him. I have only heard good things about him and his practice. At first I was a little disappointed that I didn't get my first choice to go to Dr. Schneebeck's office in Denver (Hightline Vision Center). But I come to think things happen for a reason. At least I have Dr. Damari to teach me VT when I return to Memphis in the Spring. How are you and how has your business been going? Last time I was there, you were thinking about replacing the wallpaper. I'm guessing your practice probably looks really different now.
At 3:30am on August 12, 2009, Thuy Ngo said…
Hi Dr. Hillier. You probably don't remember me but I thank you for getting me interested in VT. It was about four or five years ago when I got the opportunity to meet you and was introduced to VT for the first time. It was an eye-opening experience. Thank you!

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