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Visual Therapy and Autism

There are thousands of adults and children who have been diagnosed with autism, and they (or their loved ones) do not know that autism and vision are closely linked to one another. In other words, vision can play a huge role in how kids and adults with autism behave. There are a few reasons why […]

The Contact Lens Specialist Optometrist

Optometrists provide a vital supportive role in the community. Not only can an optometrist who is a contact lens specialist assess the need and appropriateness for contact lenses as well as prescribe and fit contact lenses, but they can also diagnose and treat a variety of eye diseases. An optometrist can provide a vital primary […]

Better Nutrition for Eyes through Vitamins

Nutrition for Eyes • Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene — Wound healing is improved with vitamin A and it helps with night vision as well. Combining vitamin A with beta-carotene vitamins for eyes can work synergistically to boost wound healing and eye health. • Vitamin B — Complex — The entire vitamin B family can work […]

Conserve Eyesight with the Right Vitamins for Eyes

Losing one of your limbs or senses is difficult and that is an understatement. Losing your eyesight can be like being dropped into an everlasting pit of blackness. You may not realize it, but all your senses work together to create a sensory experience of the world. Sight, in particular, is vitally important and it […]

Neuro Optometry and Behavioral Optometry

Most people know Optometry deals with the eyes but relatively few are aware of Neuro-Optometry and Behavioral Optometry which are extended studies of Optometry. Head injury and a person’s perception of their eyesight operate uniquely on the sight. The use of research and computer technology is changing the way eye therapy is designed. Surgical transplants […]

Combining Nutrients with Vision Therapy

Most ophthalmologists and optometrists as well as professionals in nursing, psychology, rehabilitation and social work recommend the use of vision therapy to improve vision skills and coordination. Different forms of vision therapy have been around for centuries; however, the modern application of vision therapy was first started as a treatment for strabismus. By the late […]

The NeuroSensory Center of Bellaire

Vision is one of the senses and happens to be the most complex as well as critical of our senses. Visual symptoms sometimes move beyond basic blurriness, at which point testing of one’s vision must reach beyond a routine eye exam. Bellaire Family Eye Care has established its own NeuroSensory Center. Sensory View Diagnostic System […]


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