An eleven-year-old patient was struggling with schoolwork, experiencing blurry and double vision, as well as attention issues, poor comprehension, clumsiness and poor handwriting. He was preparing to end his education at the high school level and embark on a blue-collar career that didn’t require reading. Following a RightEye test, Dr. Renaud diagnosed oculomotor dysfunction of pursuits, saccades, and fixations. After completion of vision therapy, the patient’s performance in reading, handwriting, and ability to pay attention improved drastically and blurry and double vision became non-existent. He now plans to go to college to become an optometrist.