Convergence Insufficiency What is Convergence Insufficiency (CI)? Convergence Insufficiency Study by the National Eye Institute (NIH) Your eyes are meant to work together as a team to create a single image. To do this, they both must aim and focus on the same point. This process is known as eye teaming. When you look at…

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Advanced Non-Surgical Treatment for Lazy Eye Common Name for both Strabismus & Amblyopia “Lazy Eye” is a term commonly used to describe both Amblyopia and Strabismus (Eye Turn). Amblyopia means “dull sight” and refers to a condition whereby one eye sees poorly and is effectively blocked out by the visual system. This can cause an eye turn (or Strabismus) but an eye turn doesn’t always occur.…

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It’s Never Too Late to Improve Your Vision Sue Barry – Fixing My GazeMany parents often discover that they too have vision problems similar to their children and ask us if it is too late for them to get help.  The answer is – it is never too late!  We can help! While scientists used…

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Vision Problem Checklist Unfortunately, many people do not know the signs of vision problems that interfere with academic success. Most certainly, children rarely report they are having visual difficulties. There are physical clues that point to possible vision problems, but surprisingly, many of the symptoms that would indicate a person is having vision problems seem…

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What is Vision Therapy? Vision therapy is much like “physical therapy”, but rather than treating the muscles of the body, it works on the eyes and visual system.  It is an invaluable tool that has changed not only our patients’ vision, but has improved many related areas of their lives as well. The first step…

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