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How Well Do You See with Your ADHD, Could You Have Vertical Heterophoria?

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Dr. Cheryl Berger-Israeloff has brought cutting edge technology to New York and the surrounding tri-state area! Listen as she describes an affliction that may not be well known yet affects between 5 - 10% of the population. It's a type of Binocular Vision Disorder called Vertical Heterophoria, and is unfortunately showing up in the ADHD population as well as other populations.

Perhaps the link has to do with the  deregulation of another of our body's systems?

Symptoms include dizziness, headaches, blurred vision, imbalance, neck aches, eye pain...the list goes on and many eye doctors don't even know about it.

Be sure and visit Dr. Cheryl at www.nvcofny.com where you'll find more information and a link to a test you can easily take online. 

In this episode, she shares with me an easy 5 minute cover test that you can perform on yourself at home, which can let you know immediately if you should contact her.

You may be a candidate for her special prism glasses, which alleviate all of the symptoms of Vertical Heterophoria without medication!

Please check out her blog as well. She's theprismdoc@blogspot.com.

Dr. Cheryl is also on Facebook. Or call her at 516-224-4888. The Neuro Visual Center of New York is located at 300 Garden City Plaza Suite 404, Garden City, NY.

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