By Rebecca Jones | C & G Staff Writer | photo by Rebecca Jones
Birmingham — Imagine walking through life wearing fun-house goggles that project images through a prism, everything just a little out of kilter.
That’s how some people see everything. And for them, prism lenses will correct the problem.
Optometrists at Vision Specialists of Birmingham say they can fix the dizzying effect of having one eye higher than the other, a condition called vertical heterophoria. Read more …..