Vertical heterophoria (VH) is a binocular vision dysfunction in which the eyes have different lines of sight. Binocular vision dysfunction like VH and traumatic brain injury (TBI) give rise to the similar symptoms including eye pain, dizziness, difficulty with reading, and psychological...
An 8-year old patient complains of blurred vision and squinting but everything looks healthy. An OD asks the community for advice for this first-time patient. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook
The technology revolution in vision therapy  There is currently a technology revolution going on in vision therapy. The falling costs of virtual reality and eye tracking technologies along with universal adoption of mobile devices have sparked hundreds of startups in...
What a great feeling for an OD when they receive a message from a young patient's mom about the massive improvements in the patient since vision therapy. The note written to the OD explains how the vision therapy has...
After an 11-year-old receives his first eye exam ever, his mother is shocked at her son’s poor vision — but the patient is all smiles. A mother's resistance to glasses is quickly overturned when she saw what her son...
With four infant patients with aphakia on the schedule, this unexpected tool is sure to make the exams go smoother. How do you manage young patients? Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook  

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