Through a Patient’s Eyes: ‘I Can Walk in a Straight Line’

Is a simple walk down the hall a struggle for you? Do you regularly bump into walls or trip down the stairs? Though most people assume this is mere clumsiness, often there is an underlying medical condition present known as vertical heterophoria (VH), which is a Binocular Vision Dysfunction that affects how the eyes work […]

Are Your Chronic Headaches Caused by a Binocular Vision Problem?

Do you frequently experience headaches in and around your eyes, forehead, temples and sinus areas? Is your quality of life suffering due to recurrent headaches and migraines that don’t receive relief from medication? In our practice at Vision Specialists of Michigan, we routinely treat people who were previously diagnosed with sinus problems, headaches and migraines, […]

3 Reasons Why Your Child’s ADD or ADHD Might Be a Vision Problem

Now that fall has arrived and students have a couple months of school under their belts, the time is approaching for parent-teacher conferences. While it’s always troubling when your child’s teacher raises concerns about their classroom performance, especially if it’s a sudden development, don’t automatically assume that it’s due to an attention disorder. Many people […]

Lost Your Place Again? What You Should Know About Eye Misalignment

Do you have a problem with keeping your place while reading? Do words seem to swim on the page, run together or otherwise misbehave when you’re trying to read? Reading is such an integral part of life in general (and the learning process in particular) that when reading comprehension is an issue, life is infinitely […]

Through a Patient’s Eyes: Recovering From TBI After 35 Years

A traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion or acquired brain injury (ABI) like a stroke can all have a profound effect on your visual system. A TBI can be brought on by a severe blow to the head from a car accident, sports injury, military explosion or other trauma. Patients with TBI, ABI or concussion can […]