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Will the LASIK trend increase the workload of U.S. drivers licensing professionals?

Will the LASIK trend increase the workload of U.S. drivers licensing professionals? As LASIK and other vision correction procedures grow in popularity and drop in price, more and more Americans are throwing their glasses and contact lenses away – and drivers licensing professionals in some U.S. states might need to brace themselves for an increased...


ADD or just can’t see? The restless child in the classroom may have a vision problem.

Is your child or student acting restless in class? Making careless mistakes on schoolwork? Not listening to the lecture and rubbing his/her eyes? Don’t reach for the Ritalin quite yet. Instead, you might want to first schedule a visit to the optometrist. Many times what is originally diagnosed as attention deficit disorder (ADD) is actually...


Knowledge is Power: Medical Surveillance Defends Your Company Against Workers Comp Fraud

Knowledge is power: Medical surveillance defends your company against workers comp fraud As more jobs in the workforce become vision-intensive – computer programming, data entry, fine-detail design and manufacturing – vulnerability increases to those unscrupulous individuals who see blurry vision and the workers compensation system as their tickets to an early retirement. Indeed it is...


Vision Therapy: Myths and Misperceptions

Vision Therapy: Myths and Misperceptions Mention the phrase “vision therapy” to some people, and they will raise the same skeptical eyebrow that greets talk of get-rich quick schemes, magic diet supplements and psychic hotlines. Concepts and programs that are new often fall victim to myths and misperceptions, and this is certainly true in the case...