For children who have undiagnosed vision problems, school can be a real struggle. One such vision problem is known as Vertical Heterophoria (VH), and is caused by a misalignment of the eyes. This misalignment can lead to a variety of uncomfortable and sometimes painful physical symptoms, including headaches and dizziness, nausea and balance issues. VH can also affect learning, making it difficult for some children to do things that come easily to others, such as reading. This was the case for young Kali before she came to see Dr. Debby.
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