My Double Vision tells the story of a patient who still experiences double vision even after a history of patching an eye. This picture book explains the signs and symptoms of esotropia (crossed-eye). It covers current testing methods and advanced vision therapy training used to correct this vision disorder. The goal of binocular (two-eyed training) is to achieve both clear, stable vision and 3-D depth perception.
Many patients with esotropia experience:
- double vision
- head turn or tilt
- crowding of print
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My Double Vision is a story that explains what it is like to have eyes that do not always line up straight. With Vision Therapy, both eyes learn to work together. With traditional patching therapy, the eyes often take turns instead of learning to blend information so that the brain can develop normal depth perception.
My Double Vision
This picture book explains the signs and symptoms of esotropia (crossed-eye). Learn about the current testing methods and vision therapy training used to correct this vision disorder.
Pages = 28 Reading ease = 94.9
Flesch-Kincaide Grade Level= 2.5
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