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    Top 10 vision therapy books

    My favorites offer something for everyone at every level


    4. Fixing My Gaze

    Susan R. Barry, PhD

    Published in 2009 by Hachette Book Group


    Dr. Barry, a professor of neurobiology in the department of biological sciences at Mount Holyoke College, is considered to be an angel to optometrists who perform vision therapy. A lifelong constant esotrope, she details her journey to obtain stereovision as an adult.

    Related: Vision therapy: A top 10 must-have list

    While those in the field knew without hesitation that this was not a new concept, Dr. Barry, speaking as a scientist and a patient, brought the topic to the masses—and she made everyone sit up and listen. It is incredible to read in such vivid detail the work she did in vision therapy, including the first moments she saw in 3D. She offers an understanding of vision therapy from a scientific viewpoint and highlights her references in a notes section.

    This is not only a book to be read by doctors and therapists but also by patients going through vision therapy and their parents.

    Up next: Crossed & Lazy Eyes

    Marc B. Taub, OD, MS, FAAO, FCOVD
    Dr. Taub is the chief of Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, as well as supervisor of the residency program in Pediatrics and Vision ...


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