TESTIMONIAL: Logan Oostdyk (21) on getting into “the space” and seeing its depth

TESTIMONIAL: Logan Oostdyk (21) on getting into “the space” and seeing its depth

Logan Oostdyk is a 21 year old student living in Michigan. He developed esotropic strabismus at the age of five and his left eye consequently turned amblyopic or "lazy". Thankfully he never had eye muscle surgery and started Optometric Vision Therapy in April, 2017. Parallel to his own Vision Therapy and own visual experiences, he is pursuing his interest in vision development and currently works part time as a Vision Therapist at Dr. Angela Sanders' (OD) office in MI. After eight months of personal Vision Therapy, these are some of his thoughts and observations.  ...... "Some of…Read more …
Walking and Exploring as Visual Exercise

Walking and Exploring as Visual Exercise

Over the last two years, double vision when merely sitting still has become increasingly less of a problem. Now I'm working on keeping my vision together within a moving body or while doing more cognitively taxing tasks, or a combination of those! An underrated vision exercise is taking walks. The most exhausting thing about walks for me is keeping my eyes in check. You are placing demands on your vision (exploring the environment at various distances, requiring you to make saccades, track objects, (con/di-)verge and use central as well as peripheral vision) while…Read more …