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Postural problem
General
Luke

Postural Problems in Children with Low Vision

Children with low vision face challenges that can impact various aspects of their daily lives. One area often affected is their postural control, which plays a crucial role in maintaining balance, stability, and overall physical well-being.

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Girl with a magnifying glass over one eye.
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

Recent advances in amblyopia treatment

The initial step in amblyopia treatment should be correcting refractive errors. Thus, enhancing retinal image quality. In nearly one-third of previously untreated amblyopic children, amblyopia was corrected with just optical treatment after 30 weeks. For

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Engaging vision therapy
Vision Therapy
Luke

Engaging Vision Therapy

In this blog, we want to talk about our vision therapy and discuss our observations about vision therapy process, related to engagement and motivation. We explore if engaging vision therapy is enough for successful treatment.

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Research on Amblyopia is thriving
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

Research on Amblyopia is thriving

Amblyopia is a disorder that can be very effectively treated in children, especially if it is discovered early in its course. It is generally accepted that amblyopia treatment is most effective up to around 8-10y

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When is it too late to treat Lazy eye?
Adults
Luke

When is it Too Late to Treat Lazy Eye?

The timing for treating lazy eye (amblyopia) is a crucial factor for successful outcomes. While the best results are typically seen when treatment starts before the age of 7, it’s important to note that treatment can still be effective beyond this age. However, the earlier amblyopia is diagnosed and treated, the better the chances of improvement. The most critical period for treatment is between the ages of three and six years. There is no definitive “too late” age to treat lazy eye. Even if the potential for improvement decreases with age, adults with amblyopia can still benefit from treatment.

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Anisometropic Amblyopia
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

Anisometropic Amblyopia

Having already discussed amblyopia in general, its molecular basis, and the ways of treating it, we shall now discuss perhaps the most tricky of all amblyopia conditions: anisometropic amblyopia. In this article, we will explore

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Why Do We Suggest a Minimum Time of 6 Months for Success?

Based on the data from over 15,000 patients using AmblyoPlay, improvements start within 4 months, while optimal results take anywhere between 6-18 months on average. The duration of required training depends on the patient’s age, the severity of the problem, accompanying diseases, and adherence to the training program.