VISION DISORDERS

Children's Vision


  • Infants:
    Eye turns and/or poor eye-hand coordination

  • School Children:
    - Convergence Insufficiency
    - Spasm of Accommodation
    - Development of nearsightedness (myopia)
    - Development of farsightedness (hyperopia)
    - Ambliopia
    - Nystagmus
Childhood Stressors
and Vision

Adult Vision


  • Presbyopia

  • Cataract

  • Glaucoma

  • Macular Degeneration

  • Stroke

Solutions for
sensitive eyes -
GlareControl® Lenses

Vision and Learning



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Vision and Learning


Optic Nerve Function Related Vision Problems


  • Blurred Vision

  • Loss of Visual Field

Vision Hygiene


  • Posture

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Vision Hygiene
THE ROLE OF VISION IN YOUR LIFE

Your Vision and Your Genes


  • The most common genetic mutation affecting our vision is MTHFR, which is related to the four major causes of blindness: cataract, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.

  • Other mutations affect other vision disorders, i.e. Retinitis Pigments

What is Epigenetics?

Vision and the Brain


  • The eye is an outgrowth of the brain

  • Nerve fibers from the eye go to both cognitive and non-cognitive brain centers.

  • The most significant non-cognitive brain center associated with vision is the hypothalamus.

Vision Problems
Related to
Brain Function

Sports Vision


  • Wide field of view

  • Slow motion perception

  • Faster reaction time

  • Improved contrast sensitivity
Parallel Processing


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Sports Vision

Executive Function


  • Speed reading

  • Photographic memory

  • Multi-Tasking

  • Improved concentration
WHAT IS VISION THERAPY?

The process to improve the signals from the brain to the eye to optimize all the functions of vision, and intersensory integration.