Archive | February 2011
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I saw some 3D at my vision therapy appointment! My latest appointment was filled with amazing insights, because I had my appointment in a different office location, filled with all sorts of gadgets and tools. I started off my appointment on a swing….I sat cross-legged on a square platform about a foot off the ground, […]
She said that he said that he said that he says. I love crazy recursive quoting, and I’d like to share an exciting concept by quoting a favorite expert of mine in the vision therapy field, Dr. Len Press, who has a blog post in which he quotes his colleague, Dr. Bob Sanet, who “is […]
At my #2 vision therapy appointment, my vision therapist Jeri and I were talking about suppression. I was starting to do the pencil push-ups without an eye patch, and I was worried because I was seeing just one squishy clam with my two eyes. I was (and still am) worried I might be failing to […]
If you cover your left eye with your hand and look around, that is how I have been seeing the world. Except that I don’t have to use my hand; my brain has been doing this for me. The term in the strabismus biz is “suppression”, and here’s a definition from strabismus.org: …The most common […]