According to the Brain Injury Association of America, each year an estimated 2.4 million children and adults in the United States sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and another 795,000 individuals sustain an acquired brain injury (ABI) from non-traumatic causes. TBIs can...Read More
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of vision loss for Americans age 65 and older. Please tell your friends and family members to see an ophthalmologist regularly, especially if they notice changes in vision. And if you have experienced permanent vision...Read More
Please take a few minutes to watch Rose’s vision therapy testimonial video about her son Jefferson posted on Dr. Leonard Press’ Visionhelp...Read More
Head injuries can be devastating and cause lasting life challenges. Double vision, dizziness, difficulty reading, as well as balance and movement problems, typically plague people who have had a head injury. Visit the College of Vision Development website for a great article...Read More
Neuro-optometrists provide special vision care designed to maximize visual intake, visual-motor, visual-perceptual and visual information processing function in a neurologically affected patient who may have experienced disease, brain injury, stroke, balance and mobility issues,...Read More
One in six Americans age 45 or older – representing 16.5 million people -report some form of vision impairment even when wearing “regular” glasses or contacts. Vision challenges like these could be early warning signs of eye disease. Even after seeing your...Read More
By learning a few new vision screening techniques, you can identify students who are struggling with the necessary, basic visual skills required for reading and learning. Contact our office to schedule a vision screening demonstration for your staff. Visit the Think About Your...Read More
Developmental Optometry, Vision Therapy, Low Vision Rehabilitation and Neuro-Optometry.
When was the last time you saw a doctor for more than 10 minutes? In our office, most patients exams last from one to two hours, depending on the type of care. This amount of time is required to give you the most successful outcomes.
Please join us for two upcoming workshops on Saturday, April 25, 2015. Spaces are limited! Please call (913) 469-8686 to reserve your seat.
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