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Vision therapy helping kids with learning disabilities Posted: Feb 21, 2014 1:06 PM HKTUpdated: Feb 21, 2014 1:18 PM HKT By Andrea Hubbell, Reporter - bio | email... More
Visual-Perceptual Delays It’s no surprise that visual-perceptual delays are common in children with Sensory Intergration dysfunction. Visual-perceptual skill refers to a person’s ability to... More
If your child shows signs of visual problems, such as difficulty reading, headaches and eyestrain, or visual inattention and distractibility, you may be referred to behavioral optometrist (also... More
A headache is a symptom of an underlying condition. There are many types of headache, ranging from a sensation of mild pressure to severe migraine. Most headaches are caused by a combination of... More
Right now as you read these words your eyes are fixating (looking) at successive points along the screen. Visual fixation (looking) is the neuromuscular aiming of the eyes at a specific point in... More
Can a movie ticket change your life? It would seem so, at least for one movie fan. Dr. Bruce Bridgeman and his wife walked into a movie theatre, picked up their 3D glasses and found a seat in... More
SUSAN BARRY'S NEW BOOK ON VISION Mon, 07/20/2009 - 15:23 — billg Neurobiologist Susan Barry finally found her 3-D vision at age 48 - with the help of vision therapy. She's just published a... More
The visual process can be protected by simple precautions such as proper lenses, posture, lighting, ergonomics and working distance.  Some pointers are provided. There is ample evidence that... More
Vision Therapy   Vision therapy is highly successful in remediating a lazy eye.  Much akin to other physical therapies, vision therapy stimulates and guides visual development, training... More
American Academy of Pediatrics says no TV is good for kids before the age of two. " while certain television programs may be promoted to this age group, research on early brain development showes... More

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