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The Relationship Between ADD/ADHD and Vision Concerns: A Deep Dive in Our Latest Podcast Episode

Are you experiencing vision-related symptoms like blurred vision, poor eye teaming, or learning difficulties? Have you ever wondered about the connection between ADD/ADHD and vision concerns? In this blog post, we'll dive into these topics and discuss a recent podcast episode that explores them in detail.

The podcast, featuring Mr Zoran Pejic of Orthovision, the only licensed INPP (Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) center in Southeast Asia, features a discussion about key vision-related symptoms in both adults and children. The conversation also touches on how Vision Therapy works and how it can potentially help individuals with these concerns.

To listen to the full podcast episode, you can check out the link here:

During the podcast, the hosts delve into the various symptoms that individuals may experience, such as:

* Blurred vision

* Poor eye teaming

* Learning difficulties


They also explore the connection between vision and other sensory systems, emphasizing the importance of a holistic approach to addressing these concerns.

One of the key topics discussed is Vision Therapy, which is a process designed to help individuals improve their visual skills and abilities. The podcast highlights how Vision Therapy can benefit those with vision-related symptoms and learning difficulties, as well as those with ADD/ADHD.

The podcast also provides insights into the process of Vision Therapy and how it can help improve various visual skills, such as eye tracking, focusing, and eye teaming.

If you're interested in learning more about vision-related symptoms, the connection between ADD/ADHD and vision concerns, and how Vision Therapy can help, be sure to check out the full podcast episode. Feel free to browse through the Orthovision website for additional details. If you have any questions or want more information about our services and how they can enhance vision and well-being, feel free to get in touch with us directly.

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