The Wikipedia for Eyecare and Vision Therapy
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Over 10 million children in the US suffer from functional vision problems. Vision therapy is an evidenced based program that retrains the visual system and improves the vision skills necessary for clear and comfortable vision.
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Everything you need to know about eye care— from choosing glasses to eye emergencies, and everything in between.
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Congratulations on an excellent website! As an orthoptist, I was very impressed by your presentation and manner in which you conveyed ocular motility and binocular vision information.
Your referral came today and I am sending it on to my daughter in Key West, Florida via "snail-mail." I can't say THANK YOU enough, but this is a try. I do appreciate your efforts and services. Your website is most interesting and helpful..plus very well done. Congratulations.
My best to you, Helen Hebler
"Grateful Grandmother" in Texas
Without your web pages on the net, I might have never known just what was out there for me as far as a cure. I owe it all to you. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll never forget you. Keep up the good work!
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Your websites played a crucial role in giving us the courage to make our choice. I want you to know that over at ldonline's parenting bulletin board, I have referred countless parents to your sites for the vital education in visual issues you provide.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
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I found your web pages to be very helpful. I also found a new Eye Doctor! Thank you so much.
I am a benefactor of both vision therapy and surgery. It was well worth the worry of surgery and the challenge of therapy. I see normally now. Just for the heck of it, I like to rent 3-D movies and watch them, because now I can actually see jaws coming out of the water toward me. I love the risk I took and I love the doctors who helped me!
Thanks so much for putting your sites out there.
Our public health mission is supported by our dedicated Doctors of Optometry, many of whom are residency-trained and board certified in Optometric Vision Therapy and Neuro-Optometric Visual Rehabilitation.