This latest review of convergence insufficiency is an comprehensive review on this common vision problem, its impact and management. What I like about this article is that one of the authors, Dr Cooper is an excellent clinician, as well as a researcher. This provides valuable clinical pearls and insights into the interpretation of the research surrounding this common but under-diagnosed vision problem.
Car sickness/motion sickness is relatively common in children and women1. Most of the advice that you find on the internet relate to self-help or medication to decrease symptoms. However, an overlooked cause of these symptoms could be undiagnosed vision problems, known as vergence disorders.
Vision Problems Can Interfere with Learning, But Can Go Undetected.
It would be fair to say that if you asked people what they thought the signs of a vision problem were, they’d most likely answer something similar to;
We are delighted to welcome Alice Forsyth to join our Optometry Team. Alice has a wealth of experience in examining and treating patients with vision difficulties.
We look forward to the completion of the trials of “Dig Rush”, a game developed by Ubisoft in partnership with Amblyotech and McGill university that promises to provide an additional tool for optometrists to use to help develop sight and stereopsis in children and adults. While having an interactive game is useful to help patients engage in therapy, we are happy to see that research is indicating that adults can respond to treatment too.