Saturday, November 12, 2011
The Journal (5/18, Valentino-DeVries) “Digits” that, according to the American Optometric Association, an estimated three million to nine million Americans suffer from vision issues which make it difficult or even impossible for them to view 3-D television and movies. While some people get eyestrainfrom watching 3-D films, others become dizzy, nauseated, and experience headaches. The AOA suggests that people having difficulty with 3-D films should see their optometrist for evaluation of possible dysfunction in their binocular vision.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
I have recently installed a device called a Tear Lab. I have the first unit in Houston and I intend to use it to monitor the success or failure of treatment for dry eye.
Here is a video. Not for the typical patient, but one that will educate you on the complexities of dry eye.