Category Archives: binocular vision

8 Breakthroughs in Eye Care That You Can Take Advantage of Today

Most days I do not have enough time to tell my patients about all the exciting breakthroughs that are at my disposal to help them or their family members enjoy better vision.  So I thought of eight items that I … Continue reading

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Some insight in to our technology…the Z-View shows me how you see at night!

As I’m thinking about how to begin this post, I think back to optometry school and the availability of the diagnostic equipment that was there for us along with the wealth of knowledge of the different doctors and professors there. … Continue reading

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If you build it, will they come??

So we’ve finalized a name and logo (thank you again, Heather) and we’ve officially opened our Sports Vision Center for business.  To promote this new service we’ve done radio and print ads offering free sports vision screenings during June and … Continue reading

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Field Trip Report: Ridgefield, CT

So last weekend I traveled south about 3 hours to Connecticut to visit Ridgefield Family Eye Care.  I was interested in seeing how they run their vision therapy (VT) clinic and Sports Vision Institute.  It was quite an interesting visit … Continue reading

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12 signs you may have vision problems even though you can read 20/20.

Patients often equate 20/20 vision with being perfect vision.  It’s far from it.  It simply means that you can identify a small letter from 20 feet away.  Useful for truck drivers, athletes and pilots, but it doesn’t mean you have … Continue reading

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Part 2: I’m serious. They really do call me Dr. Prism.

At least the opticians do.  Nina always gives me that look that says “surprise, surprise” when I tell her that my patient needs some prism. Since I started prescribing prism in greater numbers, (I’ve prescribed more prism in the last … Continue reading

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