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MARCH 2015 MBARARA OPHTHALMOLOGY FACULTY VISIT

In early March, Roberto Pineda, M.D., and Ankoor Shah, M.D., Ph.D., led the second OGSH Ophthalmology Faculty visit to the Mbarara University and Referral Hospital Eye Centre (MURHEC) and Ruharo Eye Centre (Ruharo) with a focus on cornea and pediatrics.   592 more words

Office Of Global Surgery And Health

Chiropractic Care of a Down’s Syndrome Patient with Vertebral Subluxation and Strabismus

Robert Sinnott, DC & Elzaan Truter, BS, DC

Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic ~ Volume 2015 ~ Issue 1 ~ Pages 46-50… 205 more words

Diopters and You... (A Vision Therapy Update)

I had another eye appointment this past Friday to check on how things have been progressing. In short, I am still making progress. The eye doctor seems quite pleased with it, although to me it feels like it is slow progress. 694 more words

One neat, little package

I’ve been meaning to write and update you on our follow up visit with Dr. M, the developmental optometrist.  But, that stomach bug I was loving last week turned into a full-fledged family affair.  1,257 more words

Daily Health Tips: Crossed Eyes

Q: Good evening, Doctor. Is there any cure for strabismus in Nigeria?

A: Strabismus (also called crossed eyes or squint) is a condition in which the eyes are not aligned when looking at an object. 258 more words

A glimmer of hope

Yesterday we met with the developmental optician I told you about.  It was everything we wanted from this doctor (any doctor!!) and more!

Dr. M was calm, intelligent and intuitive.  2,145 more words

Where did you get those eyes?

From my momma and my poppa thank you!

But somewhere around maybe age two (I don’t really know the origin age of my eye issues) my mother noticed something was wrong. 422 more words

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