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  • Stop Visual Stress Before It Stops You
    Behavioral optometrists know that visual stress can be prevented, reduced or eliminated with appropriate lenses at near and/or vision therapy. Much myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism is caused by consistent close work and especially hand-held devices. Read more
  • Her Three Sons
    A mother shares her experience with vision therapy, behavioral optometry and Dr. Gallop. Read more
  • Myopia Control, USA
    Myopia control is suddenly popular. Most current approaches focus on the main symptom (blurry eyesight) or modifying the eyeball itself. I have successfully applied my own brand of myopia control for over 30 years, using vision therapy and a unique approach to lenses to address underlying causes. Read more
  • The Strange World of Invisible Bifocals
    The Strange World of Invisible Bifocals I can’t count the number of people I have seen over the years who were struggling with their blended/invisible/progressive “bifocals.” These of course are not Read more
  • A Parent Guide to Strabismus, Eye Muscle Surgery and Vision Therapy
    A Parent Guide to Strabismus, Eye Muscle Surgery and Vision Therapy I am proud to announce that my new book: A Parent Guide to Strabismus, Eye Muscle Surgery and Vision Therapy Read more
  • End Myopia!
    Myopia control is an increasingly hot topic since myopia is a major epidemic across the globe. Dr. Gallop shares his thoughts in an interview on a popular website. Read more
  • I Can't Really See Anything...But It's Very Clear
    Pinhole glasses are a popular topic for do-it-yourself vision improvement seekers. Much of the popular lore is misleading. Behavioral optometry has much more to offer for those looking to improve their eyesight and vision. Read more
  • More Studies on Dyslexia and Vision
    More Studies on Dyslexia and Vision Literally minutes after my last post on dyslexia and vision, two more items related to vision and learning came across my desk. Last time the Read more
  • Seeing vs. Doing
    Seeing vs. Doing Most people expect one thing and one thing only when visiting an eye doctor – the ability to read the 20/20 line on the distant eye chart. This Read more
  • Adventures in Strabismus Surgery
    Adventures in Strabismus Surgery If you’ve been to this website/blog before you probably know that I have a great deal of experience helping people with all types of vision problems, including Read more
  • Sandy Had Dry Eyes
    Sandy Had Dry Eyes All eye care providers are accustomed to seeing people complaining of dry eye. There are various causes of dry eye – poor tear production, excessive tear evaporation Read more
  • Astigmatism
    Astigmatism I thought it might be useful to talk about astigmatism, a subject I have written and lectured extensively about. Many people seem to know the word, but relatively few seem Read more
  • To See Or Not To See, That Is The Question (Not Really)
    To See Or Not To See, That Is The Question (Not Really) I am extremely nearsighted - have been since I was eight years old. My parents did sought the best Read more
  • It Is Never Too Late: Adult Strabismus and Vision Therapy
    It Is Never Too Late: Adult Strabismus and Vision Therapy I will be uncharacteristically brief. I would like to share with you a video posted on You Tube by a colleague, Read more
  • Intermittent Strabismus and Eye Muscle Surgery
    Intermittent Strabismus and Eye Muscle Surgery I just had the pleasure of meeting Joey – an adorable three year old – and his parents. They were referred to my office by Read more
  • Suture Self: Further Adventures in Strabismus Surgery
    Suture Self: Further Adventures in Strabismus Surgery From time to time my colleagues talk about who has seen the patient with the greatest number of strabismus surgeries. Some of us have Read more

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