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Adult Strabismic Patients' Forum

Join a discussion place for adult strabismic patients and developmental optometrists to share insights and stories; questions and encouragement.Stereopsis is our goal. "Fixing My Gaze" by Susan Barry is our inspiration.See More
Jun 27
Sergey Orshanskiy replied to Bruce Santhuff's discussion Convergence Technology
" "I would like more proof that he actually  became binocular from his game" --- again, from my experience, there is a huge range of binocular skills. For example,  the eyes can focus properly on an object 3 feet in front of…"
Jun 26
Mr. S. Trabismus replied to Bruce Santhuff's discussion Convergence Technology
"Diplopia game has changed to Vivid Vision http://www.seevividly.com/ Seems most waited too long. If you did the indie go go last year, you could have had the software. Now it is locked to VT doctors only and very few at that, He still plans to do…"
Jun 26
Mr. S. Trabismus replied to Bruce Santhuff's discussion Convergence Technology
"Interesting since I read it harder for alternating since  the brain has learned to overly suppress so when training can suppress either eye.  It is like cat and mouse. So it is harder to get double vision to fusion to binocular if so used…"
Jun 26
Mr. S. Trabismus posted a status
"Hello, I am looking to read success stories from members that have never had surgery but have noticeably been able to reduced their turn."
Jun 5
Mace posted a discussion

Vision Therapy and Touch-Based Interfaces - A Study

This is a re-post of my original. Everyone was out for the Holiday weekend, so I wanted to bump it up!My 4-year old daughter is in vision therapy for Convergence Insufficiency and Binocular Disorders. We do home therapy 5 times a week, and visit our vision therapist once a week for in-office therapy.I'm a graduate student at DePaul University, and I'm studying Human-Computer Interaction. For my final project, I'm doing research on Vision Therapy on touch-based interfaces (tablets and smart…See More
May 28
Mace posted a blog post

A survey for better Vision Therapy Interfaces

My 4-year old daughter is in vision therapy for Convergence Insufficiency and Binocular Disorders. We do home therapy 5 times a week, and visit our vision therapist once a week for in-office therapy.Additionally, I'm a graduate student at DePaul University, studying Human-Computer Interaction. For my final project, I'm doing research on Vision Therapy on touch-based interfaces (tablets and smart phones) and how they compare to desktop/laptop/keyboard/mouse-based interfaces.Because I'm new to…See More
May 24

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A survey for better Vision Therapy Interfaces

My 4-year old daughter is in vision therapy for Convergence Insufficiency and Binocular Disorders. We do home therapy 5 times a week, and visit our vision therapist once a week for in-office therapy.

Additionally, I'm a graduate student at DePaul University, studying Human-Computer Interaction. For my final project, I'm doing research on Vision Therapy on touch-based interfaces (tablets and smart phones) and how they compare to desktop/laptop/keyboard/mouse-based…

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Posted by Mace on May 24, 2015 at 9:00pm

Stereo vision survey

STEREO VISION SURVEY!

 

http://bit.ly/1vThYaM

 

Here’s a link to a stereo vision survey.  If you developed stereovision as an adult, even intermittent or weak stereovision, please consider filling out this survey.  Completing the survey is entirely voluntary.  You do not need to answer every question before submitting it.  Your answers are sent to a spreadsheet which simply tabulates your answers with no other…

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Posted by Sue Barry on April 18, 2015 at 12:13pm

Play Attention

VTODs....if any of you are interested in Play Attention, Dr. Brotman says he can offer some great discount prices. He can be reached at:



Dr. Philip Brotman

Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument…

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Posted by Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO on November 1, 2014 at 7:04pm

Energetic EyeHealing

Just as a blood test or an X-ray reveals functional reasons for health difficulties, information about the eye conditions can be decoded. There is a personal approach for each eye disorder. There is a deeper meaning for lowered eyesight, and eye diseases. These are deeply linked to the problems that show up in our lives. A disturbance in vision points to survival perceiving. Optometric vision therapy, Bates training and natural vision improvement provide specific exercises and instrument…

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Posted by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on October 14, 2014 at 8:06am

Vision Therapy and TBI

The research continues to support vision therapy to improve vision function and the quality of life for patients with traumatic brain injury. Read this blog post.

Posted by Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO on July 12, 2014 at 10:13pm

 
 
 

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