Back to school eye exams are important for ensuring not only overall healthy visual function but also that students understand the importance of adhering to good eye health hygiene and are appropriately seeking care when issues do arise, such as red or pink eyes.
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This video workshop will provide the opportunity to learn about the impact of enhancing visual skills for sports and optimal performance. An overview of the visual sports performance evaluation will be presented. Specific cutting-edge vision training techniques/technology are highlighted utilizing videos, demonstrations, and hands-on experiences to enhance sports performance of athletes of all levels. Gain […]
Visualization for Sports and Performance Learn about the importance of enhancing visualization for sports, music, and optimal performance in life.
Learn specific visualization strategies to help improve reading comprehension and fluency, spelling, creative writing, and math facts. Help your child/ patient with two of the biggest school stressors …homework and test anxiety.
Experience the power of a multi-sensory approach to visualization utilizing seeing, hearing, touch, smell and taste imagery as well as body sensation. Beneficial for your patients, family and self!
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein – Vision & Learning Video at SECO
There is an unmistakable association with vision problems, not corrected with glasses or contacts alone, involving binocular vision, oculomotor, accommodation and visual processing linked with children who have […]
Get IEP Help Live! guest is Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, author of “See It, Say It, Do It,” and a pioneer in vision therapy & developmental optometry.
The lead editor of this helpful “owner’s manual” for parents serving as effective advocates for their child is Robin E McEvoy, a developmental neuropsychologist practicing in Denver, Colorado.
Insurance companies, Like Anthem, are refusing to pay for vision therapy for the diagnosis of convergence insufficiency. Anthem wants 12 weeks of home-based vision therapy documented (pencil push-ups) before they will consider in-office treatment. This is ridiculous! See letter below to insurance companies: