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Squinting could be a sign of microtropia.
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)
Luke

Microtropia: The Subtle Misalignment You Might Be Overlooking

Microtropia is a less commonly known eye condition characterized by a slight misalignment of the eyes. This blog delves into the intricacies of this condition, from its causes and symptoms to its potential impact on vision. With many individuals potentially overlooking this subtle discrepancy, it’s crucial to understand and identify Microtropia for optimal eye health.

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Critical Period and Vision Therapy
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Luke

Critical Period in Vision Therapy

Nowhere is this more evident than in the field of vision therapy, where the concept of the critical period plays a vital role. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of the critical period in vision therapy and how it influences treatment outcomes.

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Visual Pathway
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

What is Lazy Eye or Amblyopia?

Lazy eye, medically known as amblyopia, is a common vision disorder that affects both children and adults. Despite its prevalence, many people are unfamiliar with the condition and its implications for vision. In this blog

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Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

Can Video Games Treat Amblyopia?

In recent years, many firms that address vision therapeutics have been using technology as an innovative approach to develop digital solutions for treating eye difficulties. Many companies providing vision therapy connect with eye doctors, so

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Detecting early amblyopia signs - DIY
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Luke

Detecting Early Amblyopia Signs – DIY

Amblyopia is a disorder which can be treated very easily and effectively as long as it is detected early in its course. Some causes of amblyopia are more apparent (strabismus) to the naked eye that

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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.