Life is a little more difficult when you can't see things in three dimensions. Without good 3D vision and depth perception, judging distances and understanding how much space objects take up is an ...View Article
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Posted on 07-04-2016
Originally published 12/5/2013:
Kudos to Vision Therapy patient and blogger Michael Lievens! Michael's blog, "Getting past double vision one day at a time," explores his challenges and gains as he has learned to use his two eyes as a team. This particular post is Michael's own schema for how to treat strabismus:
What Michael generously offers the world is his patient-based insights on "how it all works." His thoughtful insights and scientific approach are presented in a logical systematic way. It is wonderful to have doctors and patients alike supporting the community at large. Thanks to Michael for taking the time to write and refine his thoughts, and to help others learn how to transform their brains into advanced three-dimensional processors!
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