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  • 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
  • I Do It My Way: Vision Therapy Will Help
    I Do It My Way: Vision Therapy Will HelpOriginally posted on October 2nd, 2012Introduction to Vision TherapyFirst a bit of housekeeping.  Personally I prefer the label visual training, but vision Read more
  • To See Or Not To See, That Is The Question
    To See Or Not To See, That Is The QuestionOriginally posted on August 16th, 2012Myopia Reduction: Try It, You’ll Like ItMy last couple of posts were about preventive visual care.  Read more
  • Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy, continued
    Swing And Miss Less With Vision Therapy, continuedOriginally posted on August 31st, 2012Sports and the Visual Process, Part 2A good sports vision therapy program (and in my experience any good 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
  • Welcome to Dr. Gallops New Blog
    Welcome to Dr. Gallop's New BlogOriginally posted on April 12th, 2012The primary purpose of the visual process is to direct action.The visual process is pervasive in human behavior.Hello and welcome Read more
  • If It Aint Broke, You Still Might Be Able To Fix It, Part 2
    If It Ain’t Broke, You Still Might Be Able To Fix It, Part 2Originally posted on August 6th, 2012Previously on Dr. Gallop’s Blog…What is preventive visual care?The basic concept is Read more
  • This Just In
    This Just In…Originally posted on August 2nd, 2012Breaking NewsYou may remember Nick from a few posts back. (see The Story of Nick and his Super Gobstopping Headache) Nick finally began Read more
  • If It Aint Broke, You Still Might Be Able To Fix It
    If It Ain’t Broke, You Still Might Be Able To Fix ItOriginally posted on July 30th, 2012PREVENTIVE VISUAL CAREMost people are not aware of the possibility of preventive visual care Read more
  • Parents, Be Sure To Look Both Ways Before Uncrossing Your Childs Eyes
    Parents, Be Sure To Look Both Ways Before Uncrossing Your Child’s EyesOriginally posted on July 23rd, 2012Strabismus (eye turn) can occur for no apparent reason as well as along with Read more
  • My Daughter Is Driving Me To Think
    My Daughter Is Driving Me To ThinkOriginally posted on July 16th, 2012Do you know anyone who drives a car?  Do you drive a car yourself?  If you are a driver Read more
  • The Story of Nick and his Super Gobstopping Headache
    The Story of Nick and his Super Gobstopping HeadacheOriginally posted on July 10th, 2012Nick was not quite nine and a half when we met.  On February 6, 2012 Nick came Read more
  • Are YOU Looking at ME?
    Are YOU Looking at ME?Originally posted on June 29th, 2012Don’t Point Those Things At Me Unless You Intend To Use ThemMost people don’t give their eyes or their vision a Read more

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