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Concussion: How Your Vision Is Impacted – FREE WORKSHOP REMINDER

Common visual problems association with traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitative vision therapy treatment for patients with brain injury, are presented .

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New Information on Vision and Concussion

The research validated the King Devick test as a rapid sideline concussion test for youth athletes.

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Concussion: How Your Vision Is Impacted – FREE WORKSHOP

Common visual problems association with traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitative vision therapy treatment for patients with brain injury are presented.

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Optometry’s role increases in identifying, treating concussion

Visual pathways alone account for more than 50% of the brain’s pathways and, therefore, are commonly affected in concussion

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Former Avalanche "The Enforcer"

Former Avalanche enforcer Scott Parker battling effects of concussions

Nearly six years since he retired from the NHL as one of its toughest enforcers, Scott Parker is finding everyday life a more fearsome opponent than any he dropped the gloves against…

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Larry Fitzgerald – NFL Spokesperson on Helmet Safety

Larry Fitzgerald – NFL Spokesperson on Helmet Safety

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Concussion Screening Test

The King-Devick is an eye movement screening test and remediation program for reading. It is now being utilized as an on-the-field screening test to detect atheltese who may have suffered a concussion

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Vision Problems After Trautmatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Join me for a lecture on Vision Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Vision rehabilitation can frequently improve visual processing, tracking, eye-hand coordination and balance problems.

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Getting the Word Out: Vision Therapy and a Self-Publishing Extravaganza

Vision therapy wasn’t on the agenda at Author U, but it was on the agenda of a certain mother: Georgia McCabe.

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Vision Therapy Externs & SECO

I just returned from a wonderful SECO (Southern Educational Council of Optometry)conference in Atlanta, GA.  I love these meetings.  Very well planned, organized and great education.  The special part for me is to meet and teach  new people who have little knowledge/experience in developmental vision & therapy; as well as to meet-up with friends and […]

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