e report by optometrist on vision adhd symptoms

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FREE E REPORT: EYE CAN FOCUS!

The Cold, Hard Facts About Your Vision, Attention & Focus Problems

What you'll learn in our FREE E Report entitled "EYE CAN FOCUS!"...

  • The Crucial ADD/ADHD Misconception - Your child may not be 'deficient' in anything.  

  • Why your child is still not interested in school or reading even after taking medications.

  • Why stimulant medications can improve symptoms but might actually mask the underlying problems. 

  • What it means when your child has "ADHD" during school and homework, but concentrates like well with hobbies and computer games.

  • The CRITICAL MYTH of "Perfect Vision:"  How you can have "20/20" yet still have DOZENS of other vision problems which can cause "ants in the pants" behaviors, excessive moving/touching, daydreaming, and lack of focus during reading and other school related visual tasks.

WHY READ THIS E REPORT?

 

  • Maybe you have a child who makes some careless mistakes during school.

 

  • Maybe he or she is too active and too disruptive to the teacher or other students.

  • Maybe your child's school is telling you to look into medication. 

 

  • Maybe your doctor is telling you the same.

  • Maybe you've looked into the side effects of ADHD medications like amphetamine and want nothing to do with that.

  • OR Maybe none of the above. 

 

  • Maybe you are just concerned about your child's ability to focus and learn and get ahead in life. 

 

  • Maybe you are seeing him or her lose that "love of learning".

 

  • Maybe you have nightly "homework battles".

 

If any of that seems like you, then please read this E Report - it might be just what you've been waiting for. 

 

In terms of kids overcoming these struggles naturally, here's what one of the parents of our past patients had to say about working with us...

“Before vision therapy, Michael was diagnosed with ADHD. He had lots of behavioral problems in school and was always trying to "get out" of doing any work.  Lots of arguing at home when asked to read or do anything that required concentration.

 

After vision therapy, things are better. The school tested Michael and said they no longer think he has ADHD. Michael says he like to read, which is something I never thought I'd hear him say. 

 

He concentrates better and even reported writing today. I am amazed that his eyes could have caused all these problems, but I'm hopeful that he has taught himself to use his eyes differently - with your help. 

Thank you so much.  What a blessing to Michael.”

 

Imagine this...

A professional photographer forced to use the camera in a 2002 flip phone for a big project.  A marathon runner forced to run a race in flip flops.  A cyclist forced to pedal barefoot.  A Lamborghini with a 1995 dodge caravan engine. 

Ok, you probably get the picture.  The basic idea is that for most of what we do, we need certain equipment... certain tools... and going without these tools can disrupt a task, destroy a job, slow us way down, and cause frustration!  It's no wonder your child says... "I don't like school."

e report by optometrist on vision adhd symptoms

Now think again about your child - who is having trouble. 

 

Perhaps they don't have the visual tools to be able to carry out the demands in school or during work.  

A primary "tool" needed for school work is visual skill, and visual skill is not commonly evaluated during routine eye exams.  If you remember one thing from reading all of this...

 

It is that VISUAL SKILL IS NOT TESTED DURING A ROUTINE EYE EXAM.  

Nor is it tested for with that little eye chart screening (the same one that's been used for over 100 years) at the Pediatrician's office.​ Unlike ADHD, visual skill problems can be overcome through a variety of therapeutic approaches, which Dr. Charron covers in the E Report.  For marginal A.D.D. cases, the visual treatment often makes the difference in behavior and the child’s ability to perform, like it did for our past patient, Malaya...

"I home schooled Malaya and noticed he really struggled with staying on task and focusing.

 

Once he started vision therapy, I noticed a change in his ability to do his work!  He enjoyed this and wanted to do work he would be frustrated with before.  Malaya's focus and concentration improved immensely. 

 

We LOVED vision therapy, Leah was so great to work with, and went above and beyond to help Malaya.  Not only did he improve with focus and concentration, but he started to enjoy activities he previously struggled with."

If you'd like to learn more just download a FREE copy of our E Report.  

This is JUST SOME OF WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM IT...

  • The SIMPLE TRUTH:  You'll learn what symptoms that ADHD and Visual Skill Problems share. 

  • What to look for in your child which might indicate a visual skill problem.

  • Demystify the dangerous myth of "perfect" 20/20 vision, and learn why 20/20 is not enough in order to help someone focus on their work.

  • How to get help and what testing you need when a visual skill problem is suspected. 

  • At the very least you will be educated on how vision disorders affect attention and concentration and know what can be done. 

If you've wondered why your child - who may have the intellect, the vocabulary, and the motivation but still struggles to thrive, there could be an underlying visual problem.

 

Most of the hundreds of kids we see in our clinic DO have normal (and often superior) intellect, a love of learning, and have been given many opportunities in the traditional education settings, yet don't reach their potential until their vision problem is corrected properly.

Once they begin to get their eyes working for them, instead of against them, they often start to see improved confidence, less frustration, and it's at this point, they start to get some momentum in their academic lives.

CLICK BELOW TO GET REPORT.  A POP UP WILL APPEAR FOR YOU TO LEAVE YOUR NAME, EMAIL, AND PHONE.  FILL OUT THE QUICK FORM AND RECEIVE THE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO YOUR EMAIL.

e report by optometrist on vision adhd symptoms

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