One of the biggest challenges brain injury survivors face is recovering enough to return to work or school. Brain injuries […]
March is Brain Injury Awareness month. Let’s kickoff with a discussion of prevention. This blog post is derived from an […]
What is Pinterest?
Wikipedia defines Pinterest as: “a visual discovery tool that people use to collect ideas for their different projects and interests. […]
What is a Visual Disability?
Social Security pays benefits to people who are unable to perform substantial gainful activity due to a condition or combination […]
Collaboration Between Developmental Optometry and Pediatric Ophthalmology
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Sandy Tran. She recently graduated from Western University College of Optometry and is currently doing […]
Every Child Needs One
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Ida Chung. Dr. Chung is currently the president of the College of Optometrists in Vision […]
Right now, my favorite vision therapy patient is an 8 year old boy, ES, who was referred by his occupational […]
Amblyopia and Strabismus 101: Parent Edition
Our guest blogger today is Seth Panattoni. He is an optometric vision therapist and works with Dr. Benjamin Winters, FCOVD […]
Dr. Mozlin’s recent blog post highlighted the importance of a co-management approach to strabismus – cases in which surgery and […]
Visual and Vestibular Connections
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Alicia Groce. She recently graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry and is currently […]