Dr. Voss Houston Optometrist

Daily Vision Vlog: Retinal Anatomy & Blue Light

Dr. Voss teaches our viewers retinal anatomy and how our eyes work to filter out different light that can be harmful to your eyes. Blue light can cause eye strain which is why students doing virtual learning might be noticing issues with their eyes during this time. The great thing about our eyes is they […]

Peripheral Awareness Exercise

Daily Vision Vlog: Peripheral Awareness

Jonathan Cruz, Director of Sports Vision Training at Xtreme Vision, discusses peripheral awareness and why that visual skill is important to athletes. Peripheral awareness is the ability to see objects and moving targets that are not in your central line of vision. This is an important visual skill for athletes to have because they need […]

Dr. Voss Houston Behavioral Optometrist

Daily Vision Vlog: Convergence Insufficiency

Today Dr. Voss discusses convergence insufficiency and how it impacts students. Convergence insufficiency is an eye condition that affects 10-15% of people and worsened when using digital devices. It is a condition where the eyes easily get fatigued and lose their alignment when doing up close work. Symptoms can include fatigue with reading, eye strain, […]

Dr. Ashley Tucker Contact Lens Specialist Houston

Daily Vision Vlog: Tips for Contact Lenses During Virtual Learning

Dr. Tucker gives our subscribers tips for contact lenses during virtual learning. It is very important to have a stable, healthy tear layer. A tear layer is a layer of tears sitting on the outside of the eye. The tear layer is especially important when wearing contacts because it has to lubricate both the eye […]

Daily Vision Vlog: Laptop Positioning for Older Students

In today’s vlog, Dr. Voss discusses laptop positioning for older students. While studying at a table or a desk is best, most older students prefer studying in a less formal set up. For example, a lot of older children prefer leaning on a couch or lounging in bed, with their laptop propped on their knees. […]

Dr. Kazmi Houston Dry Eye Specialist

Daily Vision Vlog: Dry Eye Prevention

Today Dr. Kazmi discusses dry eye associated with device use. With adults working from home and children transitioning to virtual learning, dry eye related symptoms are at an all time high due to an increase in device use. Symptoms of dry eye can include, gritty/burning sensation, fluctuating vision, tearing and fatigue. Dr. Kazmi recommends these […]

Learning at Home & Eye Care

Daily Vision Vlog: The Proper Set Up For Online Learning

In today’s video, Dr. Moore demonstrates the proper set up for online learning, using both a laptop and an iPad. It is important to pay attention to the following when setting up your child’s school area: 1. Natural Light – Natural light is important.  Try to set up in an area with lots of natural […]

Daily Vision Vlog: Are Digital Screens Damaging to Our Eyes?

Today, Dr. Voss discusses the most frequently asked question during eye exams: Are digital screens damaging to our eyes? First, the vast amount of time students are spending in front of screens with online learning is temporary, which shouldn’t cause long-term harm so parents shouldn’t be worried about that. Secondly, if you or your child […]

sports vision training houston

Daily Vision Vlog: Sports Vision Training Eye-Hand Coordination Exercise

Jonathan Cruz, the Director of Sports Vision Training at Xtreme Vision, discusses eye-hand coordination. One of the most important visual skills an athlete needs is eye-hand coordination. We call it eye-hand coordination and not hand-eye coordination is because the eyes should lead the hands/and or body. We don’t want our hands showing our eyes where […]

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