Dr. Todd Cohan says change behavior can slow down myopia progression

In this video, Dr. Todd Cohan discusses how behavioral modifications can slow down the progression of myopia.

This includes not holding things too closely, having good lighting and posture, getting plenty of sleep, and practice the 20/20/20 rule which means that every 20 minutes, look 20 feet away, for 20 seconds. These modifications have been proven to slow down the progression of myopia.

Dr. Todd Cohan, President and clinical optometrist at Foresight Vision in Long Grove, Illinois specializes in pediatrics and vision therapy and practices full scope optometry. He uses advanced technology to catch signs of early changes of myopia before myopia progression causes visual disabling conditions. He provides latest treatment options for treatment of myopia.

Dr. Cohan’s practice is called Foresight Vision and is located in Long Grove, Illinois. His office address is 4160 IL Rte 83, Suite 107, Long Grove, Illinois.

To know more about Dr. Cohan:  https://www.hootmyopiacare.com/todd-cohan/

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