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what neurological conditions cause double vision
Diplopia (Double Vision)
Luke

What Neurological Conditions Cause Double Vision?

Explore the diverse neurological causes of double vision. Gain detailed insights into how these conditions impact the network of nerves and muscles controlling eye movements, leading to the perceptual challenge of seeing two images. Whether arising from autoimmune disorders, traumatic injuries, or tumors, understanding the origins of double vision is crucial for informed medical evaluation and targeted treatment.

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Tunnel vision or loss of peripheral vision.
General
Luke

What is a Tunnel Vision?

Explore the world of tunnel vision and peripheral vision loss in our latest blog post. Learn about the causes, effects, and coping strategies for this visual impairment. Discover how eye care professionals diagnose tunnel vision and find valuable insights into maintaining visual health.

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What is a computer vision syndrome
General
Luke

What is a Computer Vision Syndrome

Curious about Computer Vision Syndrome? Our blog post answers the question ‘What is a Computer Vision Syndrome?’ Learn about symptoms, causes, and easy ways to protect your eyes from screen-related strain. Find practical tips, including the 20-20-20 rule and the benefits of blue light blocking glasses. Explore how to keep your eyes healthy in the digital age.

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How to wear an eye patch
Vision Therapy
Luke

How to Wear an Eye Patch and Treat Vision Issues

This blog post explores the use of medical eye patches for treating vision issues. It covers topics like proper usage, material options, and common challenges, offering practical solutions. Additionally, it highlights the potential for eye patches to be a fashionable accessory for adults and provides tips to make patching enjoyable for children.

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