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  • 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
  • Step Away From The Computer And Keep Your Eyes Where I Can See Them, Part 2
    Step Away From The Computer And Keep Your Eyes Where I Can See Them, Part 2Computers and related devices are important in relation to the visual process. There is considerable Read more
  • Step Away From The Computer And Keep Your Eyes Where I Can See Them
    Step Away From The Computer And Keep Your Eyes Where I Can See ThemThe human visual system was not intended for reading and computers. The original designer apparently did not Read more
  • When Eye Muscles Go Astray
    When Eye Muscles Go AstrayLast time I talked about eye exercises and the fact that vision therapy is not really about eyeballs and their muscles. It’s really about the brain Read more
  • Who You Calling Lazy?
    Who You Calling Lazy?Originally posted on December 18th, 2012I’m sure you’ve heard, if not used, the term lazy eye.  Some people use lazy eye to refer to the condition known Read more
  • The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the Eye - Part 3: Too Close For Comfort
    The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the Eye - Part 3: Too Close For ComfortOriginally posted on August 20th, 2013In The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets Read more
  • The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the Eye - The Sequel
    The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the Eye - The SequelOriginally posted on August 6th, 2013Last time I took up the idea that lenses can do much more Read more
  • The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the Eye
    The Importance of Prescribing Lenses: More Than Meets the EyeOriginally posted on July 18th, 2013I have worn lenses for nearsightedness since the age of eight, which was &*% years ago. Read more
  • Living in the Land of Can! The Kingdom of Should ~ Review
    Living in the Land of Can! “The Kingdom of Should” ~ ReviewOriginally posted on May 29th, 2013Living in the Land of Can! “The Kingdom of Should” ~ ReviewPosted on May 6, 2013 Read more
  • Working For The Department of Defense
    Working For The Department of DefenseOriginally posted on May 21st, 2013I recently had the opportunity to be on a panel reviewing grant applications for the Defense Medical Research and Development Read more
  • Confusing ADD/ADHD With Visual Issues
    Confusing ADD/ADHD With Visual IssuesOriginally posted on April 24th, 2013The number of children with developmental and/or learning challenges just keeps growing. And not just the number, but the percentage. Whether Read more
  • My Friend, Joe Romano
    My Friend, Joe RomanoOriginally posted on March 28th, 2013Joe Romano decided to focus on working with children on the autism spectrum after many years as a professional musician through the Read more
  • Welcome to The Kingdom of Should
    Welcome to The Kingdom of ShouldOriginally posted on February 18th, 2013I’ve been waiting a long time for this moment. We’ve been working on this project for four years and it’s Read more
  • More Developing News
    More Developing NewsOriginally posted on September 18th, 2012 Visual Development, Part 2Last time I posted about the issue of visual development and how the human visual system and visual process are Read more
  • Developing News
    Developing NewsOriginally posted on September 12th, 2012VISUAL DEVELOPMENTIf you’re like most people and most doctors you’ve probably given little if any thought to visual development.  Why would you?  Visual development Read more

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