Vision therapy entails various exercises that aim to overcome certain vision disorders. To give you a better understanding of how this type of therapy works, A+ Vision Optometry discusses the different eye exercises involved in vision therapy.
You’re more likely to recognize amblyopia by its more common name, which is “lazy eye.” But even then, you still might not be familiar with what it actually is. Vision therapy center, A+ Vision Optometry, sheds a light on amblyopia, how it manifests and how it can be managed.
When it comes to keeping your eyes in good condition, it’s better to start as early as you can. This is why we encourage parents to put a premium on their children’s eye health and safety. A+ Vision Optometry, your provider of pediatric eye exam and other quality eye care, shares some great ways to […]
Anisometropia is a condition where one eye has a different refractive power than the other eye. It’s one of the most common causes of amblyopia, also referred to as “lazy eyes.” A+ Vision Optometry, your provider of vision therapy and other quality eye care services, talks about this eyesight problem in detail.
Refractive errors, like far- and nearsightedness, are common among children. Since most kids are visual learners, it’s important to address these vision problems immediately. We may prescribe corrective eyewear during their pediatric eye exam to help improve their eyesight.