The frame of your child’s glasses is very important. If it does not fit right or your child is embarrassed to wear the glasses, it will be an uphill battle to get them to wear their needed correction.
It is only a matter of time before school starts again. Apart from your usual preparations for your children, it is also necessary that they see eye doctors for a checkup. Fortunately, August is a good time to focus on your child’s visual health. This month, in fact, is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month.
One of the activities that we do in vision therapy is called Angels in the Snow. Just as the name implies, we are working on body movements and coordination of our arms and legs much like you would when making a snow angel. You’re probably thinking, “why is this part of vision therapy? What does […]
Wearing glasses as an infant, toddler, and child can be a tricky to find the perfect frame. The anatomy of our little ones is so drastically different than adults that it’s common to walk into an optical and be unsure what frames we should gravitate towards.
We run into countless numbers of patients with brain injuries. They’ve had concussions, strokes, brain tumors, and brain surgery among other things that have left them with numerous visual problems. The most common vision problems include: Blurred vision Double vision Difficulty focusing Eyestrain and fatigue Light sensitivity Depth perception Loss of peripheral vision It is […]