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The "Eyes" Have It Posted February 28th, 2001 by Matt  Spine General (involves multiple spine areas)   We don't realize it, but our eyes have a great deal to do with... More
 Patients improve speech by watching 3-D tongue images November 19, 2015 | Technology recently allowed researchers to switch from 2D to the Opti-Speech technology, which shows the 3D... More
Some people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) notice that as the disease progresses their vision loses sharpness or becomes blurred, and they have trouble with dry eyes.  Difficulties related to the... More
As another school year rolls around I often wonder how many children come to school ready to LEARN? Most children are up to date on new school clothes, new backpacks and supplies, and physical check... More
Psychologists at Saarland University have developed a novel therapy to help people who are experiencing impaired spatial vision, possibly as a result of a stroke. The researchers... More
  As parents, we want the best for our children. We want them to be safe, successful and happy. But for the parent of a child with an undiagnosed functional vision problem, these goals... More
  HEMIANOPIA(STROKE OF VIEW) Hemianopia, also known as Hemianopsia is loss of vision in either the whole left or the whole right half of the field of vision. The most common... More
We do have supply a special lenses for Achromatopsia , Hemeralopia (Day Blindness) - Extreme Light and Glare Sensitivity. In order to get a optimum result, you will need to make an appointment to... More
Neuropsychologists most often conclude that dyslexia is a language processing problem. Brain image studies (fMRI, PET scan) show that people with dyslexia seem to process language information in a... More
Richard Gallagher in the Ophthalmologist newsletter:  Despite a century of interest in refractive development, the etiology of myopia is still not fully understood. Now, with the prevalence... More

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