Learning Disabled Child Diagnosed with Convergence Insufficiency - Helped by Vision Therapy!

submitted by Doctor Multimedia on 04/11/18 1

Vision Therapy was the solution for this young child who seemed to have migraines and be learning disabled or dyslexic but actually had convergence insufficiency. Before Vision Therapy, Kaylee had many symptoms of convergence insufficiency: she was at risk of being mislabeled learning disabilities; she had constant headaches from reading and schoolwork (suspected migraines), light sensitivity; dyslexia was also suspected because she reversed her letters frequently and could barely read or complete homework. She had slow jumbled confused reading with letter reversals, poor comprehension and fluency. Before Vision Therapy, Kaylee had low test scores in all subjects: reading, math, spelling, etc. All these issues were helped by Vision Therapy. Kaylee really had many of the symptoms of a common near vision problem that often goes undiagnosed in children and adults: convergence insufficiency. Once she was properly diagnosed and received Vision Therapy, she saw many improvements in school and life overall! Kaylee did not have surgery, medications or eye patching. She just did the Vision Therapy program for the results.

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