Dr. Valerie Lam, an optometrist, of Insight Vision Center Optometry describes oculomotor dysfunction or eye tracking problems. If your child has problems skipping lines and loses their place often when reading, it is very possible that they may have an eye tracking problem. Vision therapy can help!
What is amblyopia? Dr. Valerie Lam discusses amblyopia or lazy eye. This is a condition in which one or both eyes do not see clearly because they did not properly grow during a critical period of visual development when they were young.
What is convergence insufficiency? Have you ever noticed that your eyes move in towards your nose when looking at your phone or computer? Your eyes are converging, or moving inwards, in order to focus on an object that is close to you. Unfortunately, some people have a hard time concentrating when working at near distances […]
Giant papillary conjunctivitis. Sounds scary right? Many contact lens wearers actually suffer from this condition without even knowing it. But don’t fret – giant papillary conjunctivitis, or GPC, is not some incurable, life-threatening disease. It is a type of allergic inflammation of the conjunctiva that is actually easily prevented and treated. Causes of GPC The […]
Does your child reverse the order of letters they read or find it hard to comprehend what they just looked at? Have you ever been told that your child has dyslexia? It is estimated that over 40 million Americans suffer from dyslexia, which is often diagnosed during childhood. But what if some of these children actually […]