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Archive for August 2008

Links

Vision Links Vision and Learning All About Vision and Learning Browse through this large collection of articles by the PTA, School Nurse News, Web MD, professors, eye doctors, and more… Attention Deficit Disorder and Vision Is it really ADD/ADHD? Or is it an undetected vision problem? Convergence Insufficiency and Reading Problems This article by an…

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Products

The Choices

The Choices New Product NEW KODAK UNIQUE ProgressiveIf you’re over 40, you’ll appreciate this latest advancement.If you need glasses for reading, this is welcomenews. KODAK Unique Lenses are the latest development for smooth, comfortable vision correction.Sharp, clear vision wherever you look, from inches to miles away.This remarkable new design in “progressive” lenses enablesyou to see…

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Contact Lenses

Types of contact lenses Developments in materials and designs of contact lenses are constantly changing as newer technology improves on previous contact lenses. Recent developments include toric (astigmatism-correcting) lenses which are replaced on a daily basis and the development of lenses which allow enough oxygen to pass through the lens that they can be worn…

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Optomap

Optomap

OPTOMap Retinal Exam In our continued efforts to bring the most advanced technology available to our patients, The Draisin Vision Group is proud to announce the inclusion of the Optomap Retinal Exam as an integral part of your eye exam. Many eye problems can develop without warning and progress with no symptoms. Early on, you…

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CRT Lenses Corneal Refractive Therapy

Corneal Refractive Therapy is a sophisticated non-surgical process that temporarily reshapes the cornea while you sleep. The Paragon CRT® is a specially designed oxygen permeable therapeutic contact lens. Your wear the lenses while you sleep, remove them when you awake and are able to go throughout your day with out any other vision correction. The…

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Eye Exams

Eye exam

Testing for More than 20/20 20/20 just means that the person can clearly see a certain letter on the standard eye chart (equivalent to what a person with normal vision should be able to see at 20 feet). There's so much more to healthy vision than 20/20! Our comprehensive vision exam goes beyond 20/20 to…

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D. Scott’s Story

Scott ended K-5 and First Grade as an Honor Student and enjoyed school so we looked forward to continued success. Second grade, however, began with 30 min. homework assignments that took Scott two (pain-staking, supervised) hours to complete. He would yawn, complain of headaches, of being tired (although he had adequate sleep), and evidenced excessive…

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Jake’s Story

We first noticed that Jake was having trouble with schoolwork in Kindergarten. He kept reversing his letters and numbers. He had difficulty with reading and writing that didn’t match the grasp of vocabulary and language that we saw in other areas. His teacher explained that this was normal and that he should grow out of…

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David’s Story

Dear Dr. Draisin and Vision Therapy Staff, We came to Charleston for the winter months from New York. Shortly after arriving, David suffered a stroke. Because of the visual field loss he suffered, David was having a great deal of difficulty navigating in his environment and doing things for himself. He was shuffled from one…

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Lily’s Story

I want to give you an update on my daughter Lily, now 13 ½ years old. We all feel as if a miracle has occurred – thanks to Dr. Draisin’s correct diagnosis of “convergence insufficiency,” followed by Vision Training with the experts at Draisin Vision Group. I had taken Lily to many Ophthalmologists and learning…

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