Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Heather Campbell, physical therapist, vestibular specialist, Regis University affiliate faculty, and co-creator of DizzyDX, to talk about dizziness, its effects and connection […]
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The Genetics of Eye Conditions and How to Turn Our Genes On and Off with Dr. Jason Clopton (Episode #69)
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Jason Clopton, director of the Center of Vision Development PLLC, managing partner of the Centers of Development PLLC referral centers for […]
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Barry Tannen, optometric physician and co-founder/partner of EyeCare Professionals, PC. Dr. Tannen talks about visual motion sensitivity and specific photophobia which are common and overlooked […]
Acquired Brain Injury and The Roles of Vision, Technology and Collaboration in Management and Treatment with Dr. Tina Esposito (Episode #30)
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Dr. Tina Esposito, Medical Director for the Therapy Institute at the Midwestern University-Arizona College of Optometry. She talks about acquired brain injury, its identification, […]
Understanding Our Primitive Reflex Codes That Affect Sensory Development and Vision Skills with Patti Andrich
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Patti Andrich, an internationally honored occupational and vision therapist, researcher and author. She is also the founder of the Sensory Foundations Program, and […]
Thanks to so many of you for subscribing and listening to my first published podcasts on Vision Beyond Sight! I am so very excited with the response and feedback that […]
Researchers from SUNY State College of Optometry won the Award for Best Article at the 2016 Annual COVD Meeting for their work on visual evoked potential and human attention
An increased understanding of the relationship between subconcussive head impacts and near point of convergence (NPC) ocular-motor function may be useful in delineating traumatic brain injury.
Adventures in Brain Injury’s Cavin Balaster and Alek Hess interview Dr. Lynn Hellerstein about her book “See It. Say It. Do It!” and her methods for helping patients find success.
Article on concussion treatment in Washington Post 4-12-16 discussing when it is appropriate time to start rehabilitation treatment. ASAP or wait until symptoms reside????