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  • Does Genetics Play a Role in My Child's Vision?

    Wondering why your child has difficulty seeing or can't identify some colors? He or she may have inherited the problem.

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  • Vision Therapy After a Stroke

    Improving your vision after a stroke may be as simple as participating in vision therapy.

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  • Using Virtual Reality in Vision Therapy

    Virtual reality is the newest way to treat several vision disorders.

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  • How Vision Therapy Can Increase Confidence

    Subtle problems with your vision can affect your confidence. Innovative vision therapy can help.

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  • Can Vision Therapy Help Migraines?

    Frustrated by migraine pain? Vision therapy can ease your symptoms.

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  • Correcting Adult Lazy Eye with Vision Therapy

    Think it's too late to do anything about adult lazy eye? Vision therapy can be effective, no matter what your age.

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  • 5 Myths About Vision Therapy

    Don't let these vision therapy myths keep you from improving your vision.

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  • Vision Therapy Can Help Children with Autism

    Would you like your child to be more successful at school and in social situations? Vision therapy offers a solution.

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  • Online Games in Vision Therapy

    Does your child have trouble recognizing numbers or letters? Online games used in vision therapy may help.

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  • Syntonics

    Known also as optometric phototherapy, syntonics deal with the application of selected visible-light frequencies and are used to treat lazy eye and problems with peripheral vision and depth perception. By applying particular visible-light frequencies through the eyes, syntonics can improve vision. This

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  • All About Amblyopia

    Amblyopia, also known as lazy eye, is a visual disorder caused by abnormal vision development, often occurring during infancy. Patients with amblyopia have reduced vision in one eye, because it is not working properly in conjunction with the brain. With early detection and proper treatment, loss of

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  • Binocular Vision: Disorders and Treatment

    For many, the term binocular vision conjures images of super powers or the rare ability to spot objects far away, but having binocular vision simply means having two eyes with which to see. Binocular vision does lend creatures with two eyes advantages over those with only one, such as enhanced vision,

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  • Strabismus

    Strabismus is the medical term for the misalignment of the eyes. Commonly referred to as cross-eyed or wall-eyed, strabismus may involve either one or both eyes turning inward, outward or even up or down. It is one of the most common vision conditions in young children, affecting somewhere between 2

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  • The Science Behind Perfect Eyesight

    It's easy to take vision for granted when the eyes perform flawlessly. However, when eye problems crop up, it's hard not to wonder how the eyes work. In a properly functioning eye, a number of elements must cooperate perfectly to create good vision; just one malfunctioning factor in this instantaneous

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  • Vision Therapy: Not Just For Children

    Vision therapy is a doctor-supervised program that helps people of all ages improve their visual-motor skills. Therapy helps your eyes and brain work together better, even if you have perfect vision. For years, people believed that some types of eye conditions, such as lazy eye or crossed eyes, could

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  • Common Eye Conditions That Vision Therapy Can Treat

    When glasses or contacts aren’t enough, vision therapy may be the solution. This non-invasive treatment method consists of a variety of special eye exercises aimed at correcting vision issues that corrective lenses cannot fix. It’s the capability of neuroplasticity that fuels the success of vision

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