About Us

Treating visual disorders related to learning difficulties or neurological deficits
though vision rehabilitation & integrative therapies

Dr. Wynn N. Tran is an optometrist specializing in neuro-optometric rehabilitation, vision therapy and developmental optometry. She enjoys working with patients directly to evaluate and treat vision disorders referred by various professionals, therapists, and doctors for:
Vision improvement and enhancement
Brain injury and head trauma
Learning disorders in children
Binocular vision & visual efficiency
Perceptual disorders
Amblyopia (lazy eye) & Strabismus (eye turn)
Low Vision related to ocular pathology (ie: macular degeneration)
Treatment specifically designed for each patient may include optical correction such as glasses, prism, tints, low vision devices, microcurrent, phototherapy and/or vision rehabilitation & therapy.

Wynn N. Tran, OD, FAAO

Dr. Wynn Nguyen Tran is an owner of referral based private practices in Walnut Creek and Corte Madera, formerly owned by Dr. Laurie Chaikin and Dr. Iole Taddei. The fascinating link between vision and neurology motivated her to complete a postdoctoral residency in neuro-optometric rehabilitation, vision rehab and therapy, and developmental optometry. She enjoyed teaching at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry, Binocular Vision Clinic, but left to provide care for patients directly in private practice. As a past yoga instructor, she also recognizes the importance of integrating mind body wellness in a conscious approach to eyecare. A properly functioning visual system has powerful effects on learning, behavior, and overall well-being. Dr. Tran offers a holistic, healing approach to vision therapy and rehabilitation with specialty training.

Dr. Tran is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO), a fellow candidate of the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD), a member of the Alameda Contra Costa County Optometric Society (ACCCOS), a committee member for the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA), and a board member of the Bodhi Charity Foundation, a non-profit humanitarian organization.