1. Ways You Damage Your Eyes

    Your eyes are an extremely important tool to see the world around you. They are quite possibly the most important part of your body, in that they are used as an essential mechanism for perception and spatial awareness. Something you may not know about your eyes is that they are easily damaged, and o…Read More

  2. Food that are Good for Your Child’s Eyes

    It is no surprise that food is good for the body, especially growing ones! Whatever your kids eat houses important nutrients that can be used to strengthen their bodies to fight disease. However, certain foods are better than others, and do more for certain parts of their bodies. For example, certai…Read More

  3. What Causes Lazy Eye in Children?

    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

  4. There’s More to Vision Than Eyesight

    People often use the terms "vision" and "eyesight" interchangeably, but there's more to vision than eyesight. When most people think of great vision, they automatically think of 20/20 eyesight. However, vision also has to do with the way that your eyes focus, interpret information, perceive depth an…Read More

  5. Eye Doctor’s Child With 20/20 Eyesight Still Has Vision Problems?

    We're always on the lookout for vision therapy success stories across the country, and I found a great blog post from The Vision Therapy Center in Wisconsin titled, "Optometrist's Child With 20/20 Eyesight has...Vision Problems?" It was a great example of how most eye doctors, whether they are optom…Read More

  6. Why All Children With ADD/ADHD or Adverse Academic Behaviors Should Have a Binocular Vision Examination

    File this one under "I couldn't have said it any better myself." If you haven't discovered the Vision Help Blog, it is a great resource of leading vision therapy doctors across the country. The blog posts are often geared towards other developmental/behavioral optometrists, but for those folks looki…Read More