- One Mom's Story — How Therapy Made a Difference
- At First Sight: Combining Vision Therapy with Occupational Therapy.
- Glossary of Common Vision Conditions
- Focusing on Hidden Vision Problems in Children
- The Amazing Truth of 20/20 Eyesight.
- Beyond the Looking Glass: A detailed look at symptoms of vision problems.
- How to Identify and Refer Patients for Vision Therapy
- Optometric Checklist for Educators, Parents, and Patients (Information + Print-Out Form)
- Amblyopia treatment — Eye patching alone is no longer the standard of care
- Convergence & Convergence Insufficiency
- 3-D TV and Movies Look to Attract Viewers But Not Everyone Can ‘See’ What All the Hype is About
- Clinical Answers for Improving the 3D Viewing Experience
- Is Your Child Ready to Experience the Magic of 3D at Home?
Glossary of Common Vision Conditions
This occurs when one eye turns in or out, up or down, or there is a lazy eye. In this condition you may see double or print may run together.
General Binocular Problems:
When the two eyes fail to work together, eye strain and fatigue can occur. If left untreated, reduced comprehension or avoidance of reading are commonly found.
Visual Perceptual Dysfunction:
This occurs when eye-hand coordination, visual memory, reversals, and other visual perceptual areas are deficient or undeveloped. This results in decreased efficiency in the development of learning.
Inappropriate Visual Development:
When visual skills of infants are not developing appropriately, strabismus and other visual conditions may occur. If treated immediately, the prognosis is excellent.
Closed Head Trauma Syndrome:
As a result of a head injury, visual skills may be lost or deficient. Often double vision, disorientation and other visual problems result, which should be treated as soon as possible.