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  • Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy, continued
    Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy, continued Originally posted on August 31st, 2012Sports and the Visual Process, Part 2 A good sports vision therapy program (and in my experience any good Read more
  • 3-D or Not 3-D That Is The Question, Part 2
    3-D or Not 3-D That Is The Question, Part 2 And now for the exciting conclusion of this 2-D explanation of seeing 3-D and what to do when you have trouble Read more
  • Are Your Eyes Getting Flabby? Do They Need Eye Exercises?
    Are Your Eyes Getting Flabby? Do They Need Eye Exercises? People often ask me about eye exercises. Parents wanting to avoid eye muscle surgery for a child's crossed or lazy eye Read more
  • Concussion, Brain Injury and the Visual Process
    Concussion, Brain Injury and the Visual Process Originally posted on November 28th, 2012Most adults are probably familiar with the topics of acquired brain injury and post-concussion syndrome these days.  We probably Read more
  • I Just Flew In From Birmingham, England And Boy Are My Eyes Tired
    I Just Flew In From Birmingham, England And Boy Are My Eyes Tired I have just returned from the 7th International Congress of Behavioural Optometry in Birmingham, England, sponsored by the Read more
  • Convergence Insufficiency
    Convergence Insufficiency Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is a very common, though often subtle, deficit in visual information processing of the eye teaming variety. Put simply, CI shows up as an inability to Read more
  • Brain Injury Awareness Month: Jessica
    Brain Injury Awareness Month: Jessica This being Brain Injury Awareness Month, I am going to share a few stories of people I’ve worked with to help recover from traumatic brain injuries. Read more
  • A Boy and His Glasses, A Doctor and His Vision
    A Boy And His Glasses, A Doctor And His Vision Originally posted on May 7th, 2012I started wearing glasses due to nearsightedness at around the age of eight.  I'm not sure Read more
  • Who You Calling Lazy? Part 2
    Who You Calling Lazy? Part 2 Originally posted on January 15th, 2013Last time we began talking about amblyopia, an eye that cannot seem to see as well as its partner, and Read more
  • To See Or Not To See, That Is The Question
    To See Or Not To See, That Is The Question Originally posted on August 16th, 2012Myopia Reduction: Try It, You’ll Like It My last couple of posts were about preventive visual care.  Read more
  • Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy
    Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy Originally posted on August 23rd, 2012Sports and the Visual Process It’s probably not too difficult to imagine that the visual process is important in sports.  Read more
  • Why Are My Eyes Dry?
    Why Are My Eyes Dry? Many of you are probably familiar with the condition known as “Dry Eye.” It has become more common and well known in recent years. There are Read more
  • Welcome to Dr. Gallops New Blog
    Welcome to Dr. Gallop's New Blog Originally posted on April 12th, 2012 The primary purpose of the visual process is to direct action. The visual process is pervasive in human behavior. Hello and welcome Read more
  • 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

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