A combination of in-office therapy and at-home treatment is the best solution for a common childhood eye problem, optometrists at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) have found. The team, led by Stacey Coulter, O.D., worked with researchers across the country to determine which treatment works best for a condition known as convergence insufficiency.

Comments: I know Dr. Coulter....she always does good work! She and I are working on a theme issue for Optometry & Vision Development…the theme is Autism. Watch for it! DM

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