Rehab a Brain Injury with Vision Therapy at an Austin Eye Care Center

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  Brain injuries resulting from a stroke, a car accident, or a bad fall often require intensive rehab. Skills that were once second nature suddenly become incredibly difficult and patients require physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to get their lives back to normal. However, visiting an Austin eye care specialist and receiving vision… Read more »

Austin Eye Care Specialists Discuss Vision Problems After Sports Injuries

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      Children and teenagers are at the highest risk for any type of sports injury, and many of these injuries have the potential to cause severe vision problems. Dr. Denise Smith, Austin eye care specialist, has helped many adolescent patients recover after sports-related concussions and visual impairments. She explains the common injuries and… Read more »

Vision Care in Austin and Alternatives to Eye Surgery

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    Often when health problems present themselves, physicians opt for surgical procedures and quick-fix treatment options. These may mend the superficial issue, but not necessarily address the underlying cause. This is not the approach taken by Dr. Denise Smith, who provides vision care in Austin. There are some misconceptions about the treatment of strabismus… Read more »

Vision Care in Austin: Lazy Eye Diagnosis & Treatment

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What Is A Lazy Eye? Vision care in Austin isn’t limited to just glasses and contacts. Many people experience other common vision problems, such as amblyopia, also known as lazy eye. This occurs when the brain is unable to coordinate with the movement in one eye, and both eyes do not work together properly. This… Read more »

Super Food for Healthy Eyes

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  Here at The Center for Vision Development, Austin Vision Therapy, we believe each patient is more than just a pair of eyes. Each and every person that walks in our door is viewed as a whole person. We believe that a healthy body leads to a healthy visual system. Along with our vision therapy… Read more »