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Symptoms of Visual-Related Learning Disabilities


In this video, Marc Grossman, OD, LAc, holistic developmental/behavioral optometrist and licensed acupuncturist, talks about how to recognize visual-related learning disabilities. The symptoms of such learning disabilities are trouble tracking when reading…losing one’s place in a text…skipping lines…missing small words…tired eyes while reading…seeing double…and blurring. These symptoms don’t necessarily indicate a problem with vision itself, but rather suggest a learning disability that affects vision. In certain cases, glasses and vison therapy can be helpful in treating such learning difficulties.

For more valuable information from Dr. Marc Grossman, check out his book Greater Vision: A Comprehensive Program for Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Clarity 

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