On November 2, 2014, we watched runners from all over the world compete in one of the most grueling athletic […]
ACTION-ACTION-We Want ACTION — #CITT-ART !!!!
As mentioned in a previous post, the National Eye Institute (NEI) has funded a 5 year $8 million study called […]
We’re Having a Party!
YOU ARE INVITED TO A HASHTAG PARTY The Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial–Attention and Reading Study is a 5 year $8 […]
Begin with a Whisper
At the awards luncheon at COVD’s annual meeting, I was the recipient of the Skeffington Award. I am so honored […]
When Third Parties Insist on the Least Efficacious Modes of Treatment
From time to time, a third party payer/insurance company will insist upon 12 weeks of out of office vision therapy […]
MY COVD Necklace of Clinical Pearls
Today’s guest blogger is Dr Siva Meiyeppen. She recently graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry and is currently doing […]
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month
For Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, this October, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) is bringing attention to the […]
Say Yes to Surgery
I recently examined a beautiful 3 year old girl with an exotropia (an eye turned out). She had seen another […]
Have you ever used laundry pods–those packets of detergent in dissolvable packets. They’re super convenient–just throw one in the washing […]
Vision Therapy Lessons Learned at Dance Class.
Last spring I developed a friendship with the mother of one of my daughter’s best friends. At the time, she […]