Tag: Double Vision

How to Manage Screen Time And Avoid Digital Eye Strain!

| September 10, 2017

“Screen Time” is becoming more and more prevalent in our society in each year. Work, school, communication, play, travel, finding recipes for dinner…nearly every area of our lives involves screens in some regard. Not only do we use screens often, we have multiple available to us regularly! We finish up work on our laptops, so […]

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Vision Is Not Just 20/20: How Vision Therapy Could Change Your Life!

| February 28, 2017

By Dr. Robert Fox, Developmental Optometrist and Elizabeth Levy, Vision Therapist As our office phone rings, with a potential new patient on the other end of the line, our staff member takes a “triage sheet” out of the drawer. More times than not, it is a parent who is asking “Does my child sound like […]

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Vision and The Homework Wars By Dr. Robert Fox, OD, FCOVD

| January 15, 2017

Do you dread the thought each night of battling with your child to complete their homework? Are there fights and tears? Well…in many cases a vision problem may be the culprit. If your child has an undiagnosed vision problem, print on a page may be blurred, doubled, or just seem too hard to get through. […]

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