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Irlen syndrome and SSS have not been proven to exist by quality scientific studies nor has the physiology been explained as far as I am concerned. This "disease" was first noted not by an ophthalmologist or any sort or scientist or physician but rather by a marriage, family and child counselor.
I do not believe in this condition and suggest you not subject your child to the use of these glasses, exercise or testing.
The only person I would trust to diagnose and treat your child's eye problems is a pediatric ophthalmologist.
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He was diagnosed by a pediatric ophthalmologist. proven or not, it is helping. thanks any way