• Body Work Revisited…

    My experience and training in Vision Therapy has mostly been a  “build from the ground up” approach which attempts to address all levels of development in which vision is affected. 

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  • Amblyopia Revisited…

    Amblyopia is clinically defined as the difference in the best corrected acuity between the two eyes of two lines or more in Snellen Acuity.  Amblyopia is also known as visual

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  • Strabismus Revisited…

    Strabismus is a visual condition in which the eyes are not directed toward the same object in space at the same time and, therefore, results in a decrement in the

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  • Prism Revisited…

    Prisms play a valuable role in the success of Vision Therapy.  Since prisms are considered to be a medical device, their use should always be monitored and guided by a

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  • Lenses Revisited…

    Considering the physiological connection between accommodation and vergence, both plus and minus lenses can be used to strengthen accommodative vergence and fusional vergence, as well as increase the overall flexibility

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  • Eye Movements Revisited…

    Eye movements can be broken down into three of the following areas: fixations, pursuits, and saccades. Fixations, also known as a zero pursuit (or a pursuit standing still), are defined

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  • Binocularity Revisited…

    By definition, binocularity is the ability to achieve function with two eyes at the same time, which is often measured in three or four degrees of fusion, depending on the

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  • Accommodation Revisited…

    Accommodation is defined as the act of focusing the eyes to provide an image clear enough for interpretation. Accommodation also refers to the change in the power of the crystalline lens

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What's New?

Nuts and Bolts of Vision Therapy

Lenses Revisited…

Considering the physiological connection between accommodation and vergence, both plus and minus lenses can be used to strengthen accommodative vergence and fusional vergence, as well