Tag: amblyopia

Family bike rides were a struggle

| December 23, 2019

We knew that our daughter had intermittent amblyopia since she was about 10 months old.  Prior to VT, Cecilia did not enjoy outdoor activities went the sun was shinning bright.  She would fatigue very quickly which in turn made her personality less than favorable.  She had a hard time swinging a bat in  softball and […]

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All the Ophthalmologist were saying she needed surgery!

| November 19, 2019

When our daughter Emma first started vision therapy we didn’t realize how bad her vision really was.  All the Ophthalmologist were saying she needed surgery for her Amblyopia (lazy eye), but Dr. Fox told us that there was no need for surgery.  He believed that vision therapy was the way to go. Since starting vision therapy, […]

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New Study Confirms Pre-School Vision Problems affect 175, 000 Children.

  A new research study in this month’s Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) confirmed that in 2015 about 175,000 children ages 3 to 5 had some form of vision impairment. Most of these (69%) were due to the need for eye glasses. Another large percentage (25%) was due to amblyopia (Lazy eye). The […]

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Welcome to Fox Vision Development Center’s Blog!!

| January 1, 2017

Dr. Robert Fox, OD, FCOVD and his staff at Fox Vision Development Center are very excited to start off  2017 with our new blog.  We intend to use this forum for the following purposes: To educated our readers regarding the benefits of Behavioral and Developmental Optometry. To keep you up-to-date on the latest vision-related news, technology, […]

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