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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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:
Dr. Susan Barry, neuro-scientist, explain how she develops 3D vision at age 48!
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.
Successful case report using prism and vision therapy.
A neurobiologist explores the amazing capacity of the brain to rewire itself at any age by Susan R. Barry, Ph.D
Thanks to COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development)! The 2010 August is National Children’s Vision & Learning Month hosted a webinar to discuss vision and learning and the success of vision therapy for Dr. Susan Barry. Help COVD continue to spread the word about the link between vision and learning. Dr. Barry was feautured […]