In January I saw the doctor who would do my Strabismus Surgery. It took several months to get the surgery arranged. Meanwhile I heard about another option: Vision Therapy. Here are some links that provide the scoop on the two options:
Strabismus surgery (also called eye muscle surgery) is usually done by an Ophthalmologist who specializes in this type of surgery. EntMDLink provides an excellent consumer presentation of strabismus surgery. See:
Vision therapy (also called orthoptic therapy) is usually done under the supervision of a Behavioral Optometrist. COVD offers this introduction:
What is Vision Therapy
These usually represent two different schools of thought. But I could see benefit in both. While I was waiting to get my surgery scheduled, I began doing vision therapy. I’ve benefited from both.