Vision Library


Study Tip

Study Tip: When reading for prolonged amounts of time, make sure to take breaks to rest your eyes. Whether you’re hitting the books like this furry feline, or staring at a computer screen all night, eyes become strained faster because you blink less often. Don’t tire yourself out when you don’t have to. Take breaks!

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Vision Challenge

Vision challenge! Close your eyes for a few seconds and then open them and quickly focus on something far away (about 10 feet). Now close your eyes again and try to focus on something really close. It should be easier to focus on the object that is far away because the ‘natural’ setting for your…

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Free Vision Screening

Our next Free Vision Screening is coming up and will be held At Our Gainesville Office location on December 5th. From 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. Make sure to call us and schedule your FREE DEVELOPMENTAL VISION SCREENING today!

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The Horse and Rider That Was Me

The Horse and Rider That Was Me Vision and Horse Riding Dr. Todd Davis Developmental Optometrist Colleen Kelly and the International Society of Rider BiomechanicsDr. Tod R. Davis is a Developmental Optometrist from northern Virginia, who specializes in Vision Training of children and adults with a wide variety of vision problems ranging from developmental delays…

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Remarkable courage: Janet Stumbo shouldn’t be alive

Janet Stumbo shouldn’t be alive. Hers is a story of remarkable courage, tenacity and incredible determination against many odds. Blessed with a brilliant mind, she had travelled half way around the world from the United States to Australia in 1974 to pursue a career as a veterinarian. In 1984, she was working at her own…

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Grand Opening Of Our New Fredericksburg Office!

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Brain’s “Inner GPS” Wins Nobel

THE SCIENTIST By Molly Sharlach and Tracy Vence | October 6, 2014 Left to right: John O’Keefe; May-Britt Moser, Edvard MoserUCL, DAVID BISHOP; WIKIMEDIA, THE KAVLI INSTITUTE/NTNU John O’Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard Moser have won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine “for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in…

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Double Vision Success Story

At 21 years old, you think you’re invincible…until a horse flips over on you and lands you in the hospital. On October 27, 2012, I sustained a severe concussion from horseback riding when the horse I was riding reared up and fell over backwards. I was released from the hospital the next day, but I…

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Success Story of “Kira”

Dear Dr. Carlyle: Thank you so much for your extremely effective work with our daughter, Kira, to significantly improve her Eye Tracking and Convergence vision issues. When Kira was in 1st Grade, she could not learn to read, and we did not know why. She would cry during homework. Her eyes hurt and watered everyday…

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Success Story of “Elliot”

My son Elliot has worn glasses since 1st grade. Every six months, we would go to the Ophthalmologist because Elliot failed another eye exam at school. He often complained that he could sometimes see the board, but other times it was all a blur. His school grades were good, but his performance was inconsistent. Sometimes…

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