Denise Drace-Brownell identified this unmet need of over 12% of the population in developed countries, with some studies showing a prevalence greater than 30%. These numbers can be expected to increase from society’s expanded use of digital devices.
She did breakthrough work in technology with the likes of John Bardeen, the only scientist to win two Nobel Prizes in physics. But because of this underdiagnosed vision problem, her fatigue was so great she had to leave her pioneering work behind.
Decades later she obtained the diagnosis of her condition, invented technology to resolve her challenges, and wrote this patient guide which contains new and valuable information to help patients find their own resolution.
This paper discusses common symptoms of binocular vision disorder, available resources, and typical therapeutic approaches.