More about Reading-Improvements Following Vision Therapy

Dr. Dom Maino nicely summarizes research by Dr. Barry Tannen.  In his blog, Dr. Maino states,

“The Visagraph Eye Movement System (Visagraph) records and analyzes a student’s eye movements while reading. The analysis provides grade level equivalents for various measurements such as fixations and regressions per 100 words and reading speed in words per minute. The Visagraph provides objective information which typically correlates with a student’s subjective symptoms, such as loss of place when reading, skipping lines and poor reading comprehension. The optometric diagnosis is usually “oculomotor dysfunction.” Recent research by Dr. Barry Tannen and student Noah Tannen evaluated the impact of vision therapy on Visagraph measurements and symptoms in patient’s diagnosed with oculomotor dysfunction”

Click here to read the rest of the blog written by Dr. Rochelle Mozlin

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