Rachel Cooper (http://www.strabismus.org/) is a health detective who has a history of sleuthing out treatments
and cures for so-called untreatable maladies. She is a solid researcher who investigates a vast array of therapies and treatment
modalities, with a special emphasis on emerging science and clinical developments related to neuroplasticity, neurorehabilitation, human vision/brain, and epigenetics.
Lazy eye, Convergence Insufficiency, Hypertropia
and Intermittent Exotropia Cured.
Rachel was diagnosed with lazy eye at seven and
twelve years of age and was further diagnosed with convergence insufficiency,
hypertropia and intermittent exotropia at 24 years of age. At 33 years of age, she
completed a treatment course of non-surgical Optometric Vision Therapy and
achieved stereo 3D vision (stereopsis or stereoscopic vision) and binocular depth perception.
Since becoming fully binocular, Rachel has made it a priority to help others,
especially children, with strabismus, lazy eye or other 3D vision issues, including learn related vision problems which are often misdiagnosed as or concomittent with learning disabilities and ADHD.