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World Autism Month

April is World Autism Month! To celebrate, here at OCVT we focus on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase ...
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What is Ptosis?

What is Ptosis?

Ptosis is a drooping or falling of the upper eyelids. Although unnoticeable most of the time, those sleepy-looking eyes or ...
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How Virtual Vision Therapy Is Changing Lives, Despite The COVID Pandemic

At the Optometry Center for Vision Therapy (OCVT), even though we’ve been utilizing virtual vision therapy for over 10 years, ...
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Color Blindness

Color Blindness

When we see color, our eyes perceive various wavelengths of light. Our eyes contain two types of cells or photoreceptors ...
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National Glaucoma Awareness Month

National Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is recognized as National Glaucoma Awareness Month and during this month we join optometrists around the nation in spreading ...
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Imbalance and Dizziness How We Can Help

Imbalance and Dizziness: How We Can Help

Did you know that vision can affect more than just your eyes, but also your balance? Balance is usually affected ...
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Double Vision

Double Vision

As we continue our “Vision is More than 20/20” campaign, we want to shed light on yet another vision impairment ...
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Visual Processing Disorders

Visual Processing Disorders

In continuance of our “Vision Is More Than 20/20” campaign, we wanted to take a moment to educate our community ...
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OCVT Celebrates InfantSEE’s 15 Years Of Helping Newborns

Dr. Larson and the OCVT staff believe better vision and better learning promotes better living. For that reason, OCVT stays ...
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Oculomotor Dysfunction

What is Oculomotor Dysfunction? Oculomotor Dysfunction is a common vision problem that occurs when there is a developmental delay, trauma ...
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