AT INSPIRE VISION ... patients overcome visual symptoms due to brain injury and learning disabilities. We offer a unique and individual treatment modality designed to optimize visual skills that can be altered in these patients.


Are you recovering from a concussion or head injury? Is your child struggling with reading, or falling behind in class?

Inspire Vision can help.


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Meet Our Doctor

CATHERINE J. RADAKOVIC was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and received a BS degree in Microbiology from the University of California, Davis. She completed her graduate studies in optometry at NOVA Southeastern University, College of Optometry. During her time in optometry school, she was recognized for her clinical skills in pediatrics and binocular vision and received the COVD award for excellence in vision therapy. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2003 and practiced in California, Missouri, and New Hampshire.

Dr. Radakovic has always practiced behavioral optometry in a private practice setting where she feels she can give her patients the best one-on-one care possible. As a patient of vision therapy herself, she has a unique understanding and empathy for her patients and knows firsthand how difficult it can be to struggle with visual deficits. She has worked directly with school districts to provide vision therapy services to children in Special Education. 

She has experience coordinating her treatment plan for vision with the plans of the physical therapists and occupational therapists of the district as well as through other rehabilitation facilities. Dr. Radakovic was a staff member at the SSM Rehabilitation Hospital, where she provided visual consultations and recommendations for patients affected by recent head injuries and strokes. 

Dr. Radakovic is an active member and a fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association and an active member of the American Optometric Association and the New Hampshire Optometric Association. 

She currently lives in Merrimack with her husband and two boys. Dr. Radakovic enjoys hiking, running, snowboarding, and going to the movie theater.