Dr. Gallaway’s staff has proven that vision therapy is advantageous to many children.
Research confirms that the networks in our brain that control eye movements change after vision therapy.
Symptoms of a focusing problem include blurry vision, headaches and eye strain. Kids may show signs of pointing, squinting and frequent breaks.
Dr. Beckett explains how people with eye tracking problems lose their place when they read, omit words and have reduced reading speed and fluency.
Dr. Gallaway discusses how eye teaming and convergence problems affect one’s ability to read.
Kids with visual processing problems will struggle with handwriting, copying, organizing written work and lining up columns when working on math problems.
Dr. Gallaway discusses how vision therapy can help following concussion and brain injury.
Dr. Michael Gallaway explains amblyopia, also known as lazy eye and treatment options.
Dr. Michael Gallaway offers a concise overview of vision therapy and the benefits for young people and adults.
Convergence insufficiency could be one cause for eye strain and reading problems.