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Family Vision Development Center-David F. Martin, OD
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Observe your child while they watch TV, play on digital devices, or while they read. If you notice anything peculiar, such as covering or closing one eye, squinting, or becoming fatigued, they may have a vision-related issue. Call us to set up an exam and we can evaluate your child for eye teaming issues, convergence insufficiency, and more!
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If dry eye is a persistent issue for you, try adding foods or vitamins into your diet which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as fish or flaxseed oil. Also be sure to stay hydrated, and avoid eye strain by giving your eyes frequent breaks whenever looking a digital screen for prolonged periods!

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Don't just write off motion sickness as something you have to suffer through - vision therapy may be able to help! Call us to schedule an evaluation and we can determine if your issue is vision related. 
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You can supplement your child’s in-office vision therapy with fun activates at home! Try this method of creating a maze out of cardboard tubes to help improve their visual tracking skills between their sessions with us. 

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Wow! Do you have hazel eyes? Check out how this and other eye colors are determined! 

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Reading and writing difficulties associated with convergence insufficiency (CI) can be very troubling for children. Fortunately, we have vision therapy programs that are designed to get their eye teaming capabilities back on track! Give us a call if you have any questions, we're happy to help! 
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Your child can supplement their vision therapy by doing fun activities like this at home. Ask us for more recommendations during your next visit! 

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Indulge your taste buds and your eye health by enjoying these foods that nurture your eyes' lenses! 
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It's all fun and games until someone injures their retina! This is a possible risk associated with the incorrect or seemingly "playful" use of a laser pointer. Caution your children as many laser pointers have intensities that could be harmful to their eyes. 

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Wow! We don't exactly have that talent, but we can certainly help you see what's in front of you with more accuracy and clarity! Call us to schedule an appointment and get started with vision therapy! 
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