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Archive for February 2011

InfantSEE….your baby’s first eye exam

                It’s raining cute babies here at the DVG today! Nathan and Delaney just had great InfantSEE exams and have received adorable Baby Banz sunglasses!  SO important to protect all babies and children from UV light with sunglasses while outside. We’ll be giving out Baby Banz sunglasses to all InfantSEE  exams (while supplies last!) Why do babies…

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Ronald’s Story

Draisin Vision Group: Before vision therapy my quality of life was not up to its potential. I constantly saw double and had no interest in reading. Due my seeing everything double, driving was extremely difficult for me. The lines on the road doubled, and I would get confused as to what lane I was driving…

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Cecelia’s Story

Vision Therapy November of 2008 our household was struggling. Our daughter has always been a go getter. She excelled early in life. She started walking at 7 months. As parents we thought it was great but have since learned we might have made an error in not making her crawl around longer. She was reading,…

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Anderson’s Story

Dear Dr. Smith, Diane, and Draisin Staff: Your work and therapies with Anderson have been nothing short of miraculous! In 2007 and prior, he was deemed “Gifted” in Georgia and tested off the chars (ITBScore 99%, etc.). Around 2008-09 however, his scores dropped and he could not reach the percentage need to be included in…

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What is Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is a condition linked to aging, so it is often called Age-related Macular degeneration or AMD. This condition is a leading cause of blindness in people over the age 60. A person with AMD can gradually or suddenly lose vision in the central part of the retina, called the macula. AMD doesn’t hurt,…

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Why are my arms getting too short?? Presbyopia

Why are my arms getting too short?? Presbyopia is a vision condition in which it becomes difficult to see up close. It occurs in people age 40 and older and is a natural part of the aging process of the eye. A people age, the crystalline lens of the eye loses its flexibility, which makes…

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