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Posts Tagged ‘convergence insufficiency’

This Arc is More Plastic than Wooden

Binocular vision is a good thing. It allows humans to judge distance and depth, which gives us the ability to distinguish the relationship between objects. When the eyes aren’t in their correct position or can’t focus on the same object, then there are vision problems. It can lead to conditions such as strabismus, also known […]

Vision Therapy: What It Is and Isn’t

According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), vision therapy is “… a sequence of neurosensory and neuromuscular activities individually prescribed and monitored by the doctor to develop, rehabilitate and enhance visual skills and processing.” This kind of therapy utilizes lenses, prisms and other specialized equipment to treat eye movement disorders, insufficient eye teaming such as […]

Maybe It’s a Vision Problem and Not a Behavioral Problem

Preschool children are known for being little tornados. They go from one activity to another and wear out the adults in their charge. Of course, as they get older they calm down—most of the time. As children go through school, many things that were once thought to be exuberance are diagnosed as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity […]

Vision and Concussions

For many years, concussions weren’t considered a serious injury. As long as a person didn’t lose consciousness and recovered from other related injuries, whether the injuries be from a tackle in football or a fall from a skateboard, concussions were no big deal. Now with advanced diagnostic imaging such as MRI and CAT scan, as […]