Four percent of children are born with Amblyopia, commonly called “Lazy Eye.” Though the disorder does not harm your child physically, if left untreated it can lead to serious problems such as learning disabilities, double-vision, and even blindness. Amblyopia is caused while your baby is in ute…Read More
Vision Rehabilitation San Antonio
Here at the Center for Vision Enhancement, we are proud to be a different kind of vision center. Most optometrists focus on strengthening the eyes, but we focus on vision rehabilitation through vision therapy. We know that glasses or contacts are helpful tools in many situations, but they aren’t always the answer. Vision therapy can be an effective treatment option for both children with learning related difficulties and adults with vision processing problems related to eyestrain, as well as in children and adults with lazy eye, double vision or crossed eyes. Here, you will find articles pertaining to vision rehabilitation in San Antonio, and we hope you find them helpful! Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
It is estimated that two to three percent of people in the United States are born with Amblyopia. This is term used to describe the disorder when one or both eyes are not fully controlled by the brain. Another term commonly used to refer to Amblyopia is called, lazy eye. When one has lazy eye, this …Read More
When all you ever think about is eyes and vision, you sometimes end up going down a rabbit hole of information. I don't remember how I discovered the blog written by Catherine Brennan. Her blog entry entitled "Michelle" does an excellent job of describing how limited a person's life can be when thei…Read More