6 Foods for Healthy Eyes

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Dietary choices can have a significant impact on eye health. The staff at the Austin Vision Center recommends the following six foods to maintain eye health throughout life:   Fish Oily fish like salmon, tuna, sardines, and anchovies are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Consuming oily fish has been shown to reverse dry eye,… Read more »

Does My Child Need Vision Therapy?

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There are many signs and conditions signaling that your child may need vision therapy. Whether your child requires vision therapy for visual-perceptual disorders, unaligned eyes due to underlying causes, or eye movement disorders, an Austin Vision Center like Austin Vision Therapy Center, can provide the services you need.   Reasons for Vision Therapy Amblyopia or… Read more »

Austin Vision Center Provides a Simple Question to Ask Children Who Struggle with Reading

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Scholastic success requires the ability to read and comprehend. However, for many children practice is not enough to learn how to read and frustration follows. The Austin Vision Center suggests that an important question to ask children who struggle is: “Do the words seem to come apart or separate when you look at them on… Read more »

What Is Convergence Insufficiency? Answers from the Austin Vision Center

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There are a variety of disorders that can cause a child to have troubles in school and ultimately lead them to the Austin Vision Center. One of the most common such visual disorders is convergence insufficiency. Despite the common occurrence of convergence insufficiency, many parents and patients who seek vision care in Austin are unfamiliar… Read more »

Austin Vision Center Examines How Playing a Video Game Can Be Good for a Lazy Eye

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You read that right. Montreal’s McGill University recently completed a study that showed that adults with amblyopia (lazy eye) benefited from playing Tetris. The people at your nearby Austin vision center want you to be aware, however, that this was a version of the game specifically designed to be used in vision therapy. The game… Read more »