Mack, who came into the office today for his vision therapy session, presented with some exciting news!
Mack is a bright young man who likes sports but (before vision therapy) was inconsistent in his batting. Mack struggled with a common binocular vision problem that affects 1:12 children and adults leading to headaches, transient blur and occasional double vision when reading. This common binocular dysfunction, known as Convergence Insufficiency, often affects the individual in many ways.
Dr. Len Press and I wrote a series for The VisionHelp Blog entitled: CI: The Private Eye Goes Public. To read more about this condition check out these posts:
Dan L. Fortenbacher, O.D., FCOVD