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Ultimate Guide To Vision Therapy Normative Values

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The following is a guide highlighting some of the most critical vision therapy normative values. A must have for any vision therapy doctors.

Ultimate Guide To Vision Therapy Normative Values

When it comes to vision therapy, there are a lot of tests and norms to know.

The following is a guide highlighting some of the most critical normative values to help you along your way!

You’ll find the tables broken down into:

  • Morgan’s Norms for a basic vision therapy skills work up
  • Findings for common binocular and accommodative disorders
  • Table detailing strabismus

I hope you find these vision therapy normative values helpful in practice!

These guides were adapted from information found in Clinical Management of Binocular Vision by Scheiman & Wick, and Binocular Vision Anomalies by Griffin & Borsting. I highly recommend these books for anyone getting started in vision therapy or anyone needing a review on the basics of the binocular system, how to identify patients with these issues, and how to treat them. These are must-haves for any vision therapy practice library!

Do you utilize any specific literature within your vision therapy practice? Please share in the comments below!

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Miki Lyn Zilnicki, OD, FCOVD
About Miki Lyn Zilnicki, OD, FCOVD

Miki Lyn Zilnicki, O.D. graduated with honors from the SUNY College of Optometry in New York, receiving the VSP Excellence in Primary Care and Excellence in Vision Therapy awards. She then continued her education by completing a residency in vision therapy and rehabilitation with Dr. Barry Tannen, OD.

She has extensive experience in family eye care with a specialty and passion for pediatrics, vision training, and neuro-rehabilitation with traumatic brain injury patients. With her partner, she owns Twin Forks Optometry, a specialty care private practice with a focus on vision therapy, rehabilitation, pediatrics, and low vision on the Eastern End of Long Island. In her spare time, she loves cooking and working on the farm with her fiancé.

Miki Lyn Zilnicki, OD, FCOVD
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