When someone has a strabismus there are many different factors to consider when determining the course of treatment. Treatment and […]
Tag Archive for ‘strabismus’
PEDIG….It Takes a Village
I had the opportunity to attend the winter study group meeting of PEDIG (Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group). I recently […]
What is Strabismus ??
(Photo from “Handbuch der Augenheilkunde” (1883) via Flickr) Strabismus is a condition that occurs when the eyes are not properly […]
What is Amblyopia?
Amblyopia is a neuro-developmental disorder of the visual cortex that arises from abnormal visual experience early in life. It is […]
Brain Injury from Anesthesia?
Last week I attended SUNY’s Faculty Retreat, and one retreat treat was a presentation by Dr. Allen Shaughnessy on Evidence-Based […]
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 […]
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 […]