vosh_cameroonHere are some links to some interesting stories relevant to developmental optometry and vision care.

A Sit Down with Dr. Dom Maino.  Get to know one of the authors on this blog.

Strabismus is a head-to-toe problem.  So let’s stop treating it as only an issue of  eye alignment!

A Sideline Concussion Test is validated.  The King-Devick saccadic eye movement test was administered to high school hockey players.  Twenty of them had a suspected concussion; 20 had an increase in the time rewuired to complete the King-Devick test; 20 were later diagnosed as having suffered a concussion.

What all Pediatricians Should Know–InfantSEE  After attending a program at SUNY Optometry, Dr. Jennifer Cross wants all her colleagues to know about this important program.   Vision development is a critical part of child development and vision problems are best treated when detected early in life.

VOSH Mission to Cameroon.  What’s it like when a young boy puts on a pair of glasses and tells you, “I can see; ”  changing lives with something as simple as a pair of glasses.