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Conjunctivitis (Red or Pink Eye)

Conjunctivitis is caused when the front surface of the eye becomes inflamed, and is commonly associated with an inflammation of the inner eyelid as well. Everything from viruses and bacterial infections to seasonal allergies are the most common causes, however chemical reactions such as swimming in chlorinated water, or encountering eye irritants in household cleaning […]

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How Vision Therapy Can Help With Recovering From a Concussion

Research has indicated that over 50% of people with concussions (or post-concussion syndrome) experience visual problems like double vision, eyestrain or eye pain. It’s good to know, then, that Neuro Visual Training can help with recovering from a concussion! As if getting smacked in the head isn’t bad enough, concussions can really mess with our sight […]

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Astigmatism

When the cornea, the clear front surface of your eye containing the iris and pupil, is not formed correctly or curved irregularly, the condition is known as astigmatism. Common results include blurred vision at various differences, as light passing through the cornea is refracted and deflected at odd angles. It is not uncommon for nearly […]

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Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

Crossed eyes or wandering eyes are known as strabismus, where a patient cannot align both eyes simultaneously during regular daily activities. The common result is where one eye will seem to be “locked on” to the object of focus, while the other eye will be turned in, out, up or down in relation to the […]

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