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Helping patients see and feel better is what Dr. Elliot Stendig's therapeutic optometry practice is all about. That's how the doctor and his staff measure success in delivering quality vision care in Garland, Texas, to patients from around the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Some patients come from across the country looking for help with complex eye vision health issues. When you see and feel better, you are more prepared for success in achieving your full potential as an individual.

 

Dr. Stendig Uses Optical Coherence Tomography For Early Diagnosis And Monitoring

Eye Retina ScreeningKicking up his early diagnosis capability several notches, Dr. Elliot Stendig uses high-tech three-dimensional imaging technology for diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of eye health issues related to the retina, a light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eye.
More | Video: Analyzing The Eye's Retina In 3D

 

Vision-Related Problems

Vision-related problemVision-related problems are often missed or over-looked when treating some health or disability conditions, including neck pain; migraine/headache; seizure; traumatic brain injury; dyslexia, autism, A.D.D.; and computer stress. | More …

 

Neck pain Migraine headache Seizure
Brain injury Autism, A.D.D., Dyslexia Computer stress

 

 

Vision-Brain Conflict

Vision-brain conflictVision-brain conflict is at the core of several eye disorders and many other ailments that would not ordinarily be associated with the eyes. | More …

 

Vision Therapy Program

Vision therapyVision therapy involves eye exercises to increase vision ability, allowing one to see the most information with minimum effort or clues. | More …

 

Vision Learning

Vision learningReading requires efficient visual abilities. The eyes must team precisely, focus clearly, and track quickly and accurately across the page. | More …

 

Contact Lens

Contact lensYou are probably wondering if you are a candidate for contact lens. Or you may already wear contact lenses but are not sure if you are using the right type. Or chances are you have been told you can't wear contacts. It may be time to ask Dr. Elliot Stendig for an up-to-date expert opinion about contacts. | More …

 

Comprehensive Eye Exam

Eye examDr. Stendig recommends an annual eye exam for all patients beginning at three years old. Younger children and infants who indicate vision problems should obviously be examined immediately. | More …

 

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Lazy eyeLazy eye, or amblyopia, is often thought to be solely a disorder of the eyes. It is characterized by poor or blurry vision in an eye that is otherwise physically healthy. | More …

 

Double Vision (Diplopia)

Double visionReading requires efficient visual abilities. The eyes must team precisely, focus clearly, and track quickly and accurately across the page. | More …

 

Crossed Eyes (Strabismus)

Crossed eyesStrabismus is the medical term used to describe a group of eye conditions in which both eyes are directionally misaligned. In other words, the two eyes are not looking in the same direction at the same time. | More …

 

Convergence Insufficiency

Convergence insufficiencyConvergence insufficiency is a sensory and neuromuscular disorder of the binocular vision system. This eye muscle coordination disorder is characterized by an inability to turn the eyes inward (converge) or maintain convergence while trying to focus on a nearby object. | More …

 

Color Blindness

Color rangeColor blindness is a condition characterized by color confusion and the inability to discriminate certain colors. More formally known as color vision deficiency, it is far more common in males than females and is mostly genetic. | More …