Your Childrens Vision – Appropriate Intervention

Nothing is more precious than your children, and no sense of theirs more crucial to their development than their vision.  School and pediatrician screenings are often inadequate when it comes to diagnosing some of the more subtle problems that can occur with the eyes.  Some of these problems are so mild they can easily go unnoticed, yet they might have a significant impact on the child’s performance in academics, sports or other endeavors.

There is no substitute when it comes to a comprehensive eye examination for pre-school and school aged children.  Doctors will check for vision clarity issues like the school nurse and pediatrician do, but will also check that reading vision is clear, comfortable and sustainable for the periods of time it takes to read and study (enabling the child to concentrate and learn, as most learning occurs visually in our society), that the inside of the eye is healthy and identify whether there are any eye or vision related concerns that should be monitored more closely over a period of time.

Courtesy of the Doctors at Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care; Optometrists, Ophthalmologists and Opticians working together to help you see better. Serving the Rockville, Potomac and Gaithersburg Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC for over 40 years. For more information visit youreyesite.com or call (301) 670-1212
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