Doctors in the News
Katherine’s Day (pdf)
Purchase Patches Online
We have developed a “toolkit” of sorts for parents and educators to learn more about learning problems, dyslexia, and current therapies. Please download the toolkit here.
The Dyslexic CEO (Fortune Magazine) article is here.
More information about Vision Therapy.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding Vision Therapy and Learning Disabiiities.
The Optician’s perspective on Vision Therapy.
Home Vision Testing:
How much television should my child watch? What types of programs? When should we let them watch? Find answers Click here for information.
Northwest Pediatric Ophthalmology’s eye doctors are Medical Doctors (M.D.s), board-eligible/board-certified in ophthalmology by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Our doctors have completed an additional fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus, and are members of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS).
Screened weblinks with accurate and reliable information about common disorders and conditions of the eye as well as resources for patients, families, and educators.
“Eye Muscle Problems in Children and Adults: A Guide to Understanding” (pdf)
By Burton J. Kushner, MD
AAPOS Disease Library
Web MD: Strabismus Overview
Eyesmart: Know your risks, save your sight:
The American Academy of Pediatrics has an excellent resource for child health:
If you don’t see your condition listed here, check the search box above for aapos.org or click the eyesmart link. Both sites have a compendium of information about eye diseases, conditions, and treatments!
All About Vision: Strabismus surgery
Who is caring for your child’s eyes? What is the difference between an ophthalmologist (EyeM.D.) and Optometrist?