You need an adult optometrist that does the same thing if you are not getting anywhere.
They are called behavioral optometrists usually.
It is a clinical art and I would not stick with one that works only or mostly with children.
The same condition however, does persist, and it does not matter if you are older.
It is interesting that you have made some progress.
That progress has to become automatic, and lenses should be used to assist you.
There are multiple pathologic and non-pathologic opthalmologic terms and causes of central vision distortion. But I don't believe there is a good one for what you have as I think it is an optometric problem..and, you have been to many ophthalmologists so I am assuming that the pathologic conditions have been ruled out.
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