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Reynold

Can an Ironman be Limited by Vision? Meet Reynold!

Don’t let your age, or your vision, hold you back… If you aren’t familiar with the Ironman event, it includes a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2 mile marathon. Mind you, each event is done consecutively— usually the swim; then the bike ride; and finally, the race is completed with the run. The […]

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Visualization for Sports

Visualization- for Sports and Performance Video Presentation- Part 3/3/

Visualization for Sports and Performance Learn about the importance of enhancing visualization for sports, music, and optimal performance in life.

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LynnBeads

Research on Vision Therapy

Thanks to Steve Leslie BOptom, Leonard Press OD & Mark Overton for their summaries of vision therapy research published in the Australian College of Behavioral optometrists:

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Fixing My Gaze

Dr. Susan Barry – Learning to See 3D after Strabismus Surgery

Dr. Susan Barry, neuro-scientist, explain how she develops 3D vision at age 48!

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exotropia

Evidence Based Strabismus Outcomes

In general, no matter what kind of strabismus you may have, approximately 20-30% of those undergoing surgery will require a second surgery and of these, another 20-30% may need a third surgery.

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exotropia

Vision Therapy For Exotropia

Successful case report using prism and vision therapy.

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Fixing My Gaze

Eye On the Brain from Psychology Today

A neurobiologist explores the amazing capacity of the brain to rewire itself at any age by Susan R. Barry, Ph.D

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