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Thursday, February 1, 2024

Binocular vision refers to the ability of an organism to use both eyes together to perceive a single, three-dimensional image of its surroundings.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 2/1/2024 5:11:00 PM
Monday, January 1, 2024

Myopia control is vital due to its impact on eye health and overall well-being. Excessive myopia progression heightens the risk of severe eye conditions such as retinal detachment, cataracts, and glaucoma. Slowing its advancement can lower these risks, ensuring healthier eyes in the long run.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 1/1/2024 7:30:00 AM
Sunday, October 1, 2023

In the journey of raising a healthy and successful child, regular health check-ups are an essential part of the equation. While many parents focus on vaccinations, dental care, and general wellness, there is one crucial aspect that often goes unnoticed: the health of a child's eyes. School-age eye exams are a fundamental step in ensuring your child's well-rounded development and academic progress. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of these exams and shed light on why they should be a top priority for every parent.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 10/1/2023 4:01:00 PM
Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Your vision is one of your most precious senses, allowing you to experience the world in all its beauty. However, many people take their eyesight for granted until they notice a decline in their vision. Detecting vision problems early is crucial for preserving your eye health and preventing more serious issues down the road. In this article, we will explore common warning signs of vision problems, helping you stay vigilant and proactive in maintaining your visual acuity.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 9/5/2023 4:46:00 PM
Saturday, July 1, 2023

Sunglasses for kids are vital for protecting their eyesight. Children's eyes are more sensitive to the sun's harmful UV rays, which can lead to eye problems. Sunglasses shield their delicate eyes, reducing the risk of future damage. They also enhance visibility by reducing glare. Choosing sunglasses with proper UV protection and ensuring a comfortable fit helps instill good eye protection habits early on. By prioritizing sunglasses for kids, we safeguard their eyesight and promote a lifetime of healthy vision.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 7/1/2023 3:27:00 PM
Thursday, June 1, 2023

Prioritizing children's eye exams for the upcoming school year is crucial for their academic success. Comprehensive exams go beyond screenings, identifying vision issues that can hinder learning. By addressing these problems early on, parents can set their children up for a rewarding year. Checking insurance coverage and scheduling an exam is an investment in their future.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 6/1/2023 3:16:00 PM
Monday, May 8, 2023


Myopia is a common eye condition that causes blurred distance vision. Understanding the causes and effects of myopia is important in order to properly manage and treat the condition, and to prevent potential complications such as eye strain, headaches, and an increased risk of eye diseases later in life.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 5/8/2023 7:53:00 PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

For those of you who suffer from headaches, problems with balance, motion sickness, or poor depth perception – read on. This blog is for you.  We're going to discuss Vertical Heterophoria (VH), which can be especially frustrating because it can go undiagnosed for many years. That's because symptoms of VH overlap and mimic a number of other conditions. Patients with Vertical Heterophoria usually receive treatment for vertigo, migraines, psychogenic dizziness, anxiety and panic disorders, atypical Meniere's, as well as other conditions. Treatment can range from pain medications to vestiblular therapy – which if often ineffective. That's because the root of the problem (Vertical Heterophoria) continues untreated.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 2/1/2023 9:32:00 PM
Sunday, January 1, 2023

Amblyopia can result from any condition that prevents one of the eyes from focusing (seeing as clearly) as the other eye. Conditions such as misalignment of the eyes (strabismus), esotropia, exotropia, a cataract, or when one eye is more nearsighted, more farsighted or has more astigmatism than the other eye.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 1/1/2023 9:08:00 PM
Thursday, December 1, 2022

Can Glasses After a Traumatic Brain Injury Help? The numbers of people affected each year in United States by a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is staggering – approximately two million people annually. The most common causes of a traumatic brain injury include automobile accidents, sports injuries, and falls. However, symptoms of a traumatic brain injury are experienced by patients who have a cerebrovascular accident (stroke), cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and those who take prescription medications. Sadly, approximately 10 to 25 percent of traumatic brain injury patients continue to have significant post-concussive symptoms one year following the date of injury.

Posted by lyndajohnson at 12/1/2022 8:53:00 PM
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