Q&A regarding screen time, vision and development. – Can looking at screens too much cause damage to kids’ eyes? The short answer is, yes! Because our visual system is biologically designed for distance vision, near vision is only a focusing reflex that helps us identify objects closely. Our eyes are not designed to interact with […]
Last week I had the privilege of attending a continuing education conference exploring the applications of light in the therapy room at the Alderwood Vision Therapy Center. The weekend was led by Stefan Collier, world renowned lecturer on topics related to behavioral optometry and syntonic optometry. Light therapy is a powerful tool in our toolbox to […]
A nice summary of how light becomes sight. Once the light is processed with past experiences and integrated with other sensory information, vision emerges!
4 million. 4 million concussions occur annually in the US. It is estimated that 7 in 10 of those concussions have vision problems occur after the injury. Here is a jaw-dropping video from the New York Times of what happens to the brain on impact. Watch this video to hear how Vision Therapy helped on patient […]
Dr. Harold Davis completed his doctor of optometry in 1945 at the Northern Illinois College of Optometry. Prior to entering school, his father suggested two choices for a career path: podiatry or optometry. Thankfully, my grandfather chose the latter and started three generations of professionals committed to excellence in eye care. My grandfather still practices […]
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