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  • Bill The Seasick Sailor
    Bill The Seasick SailorBill is a loyal patient who comes in every five years like clockwork. He is a large, gentle man, not someone you would peg as the traveling Read more
  • Convergence Insufficiency
    Convergence InsufficiencyConvergence 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
  • Too Close For Comfort
    Too Close For ComfortWhen we last met, I stated that the human visual system was not designed for the amount and kind of close work that is so common in 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 TiredI have just returned from the 7th International Congress of Behavioural Optometry in Birmingham, England, sponsored by the Read more
  • Learning To See, by Amy Anna
    Learning To See: One Woman's Vision Therapy ExperienceI’ve been meaning to post this for a while. I first saw Amy’s blog post about a year ago. Before then I had Read more
  • Vision Therapy Across The Globe
    Vision Therapy Across The GlobeA few years ago I had the great pleasure of consulting with Jolene, a mother who was interested in vision therapy for her two children and Read more
  • Why Some Children Dont Like To Read
    Why Some Children Don’t Like To ReadI started out as a child. My mother says I learned to read at a very early age. Before too long I became a Read more
  • Some Thoughts on Myopia Reduction
    Some Thoughts on Myopia ReductionMyopia/nearsightedness is one of the most common visual conditions. Nearsightedness affects more and more people every day. Some insist it is hereditary. Some contend that it Read more
  • The Visual Process and Self Esteem
    The Visual Process and Self EsteemOne of my very first patients was Amy, a ten year-old girl who wasn’t reading at anywhere near the level everyone expected of her. She Read more
  • BREAKING NEWS: Doctor Gains Sudden Insights On Concussions
    Dr. Gallop's Recent Insights on ConcussionsWe interrupt our regularly scheduled blog posts to to bring you this BREAKING STORYConcussions 101I have been working with people of all ages who are Read more
  • Optometrists Change Lives, Part 2
    Optometrists Change Lives, Part 2In Optometrists Change Lives, Part 1 I discussed my early years and my struggles with reading and playing sports. I talked about my long-undiagnosed visual issues, Read more
  • Another Optometrist With A Famous Patient: Dr. Robert A. Kraskin
    Another Optometrist With A Famous Patient: Dr. Robert A. KraskinMy last post (about a well-known sports figure and vision therapy) got me thinking about another famous patient. This one was Read more
  • Optometrists Change Lives
    Optometrists Change LivesThe Optometric Extension Program Foundation is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of the discipline of optometry through the gathering and dissemination of information on vision and Read more
  • Talkin Even More Sports with Dr. G
    Talkin’ Even More Sports with Dr. GIn the last exciting episode of Talkin’ Sports with Dr. G we were discussing what it is that batters are looking at when waiting Read more
  • Talkin More Sports with Dr. G
    Talkin’ More Sports with Dr. GLast time I shared the story of Larry Fitzgerald, one of the National Football League’s elite wide receivers. Fitzgerald is a proponent of vision therapy, Read more
  • Talkin' Sports with Dr. G
    Talkin' Sports with Dr. GI have written previously about the importance of the visual process as it relates to sports. Few things in our culture say action like sports. Whether Read more

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