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Vision Tips for A Perfect Season

Pitchers and catchers are reporting to spring training this week.  What better time to think about what you can do to improve this season.  “Keep your eyes on the ball.”   Take a look at this video of Baseball Coach Dan Clemens, author of A Perfect Season interviewing optometrist, Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, author of See […]

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Sports Vision Therapy at Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center

Dr. Joe Borden, our associate at Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center has been appointed as our Director of Sports Vision.   Joe feels privileged to combine his passion for sports and knowledge of vision therapy  to enhance the athelete’s’ performance  Joe provides sports vision screenings for teams and individualized sports evaluations and vision therapy. He […]

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August Is Vision & Learning Month-Is Your Child Ready For School

Wow, the summer is almost over.  Like it or not, its back to school time. Are your kids really ready for school?  Do they have one of the most important skills they need to be successful students? Let Larry Fitzgerald, All-Pro Arizona Cardinals Wide Receiver set the record straight on the critical link between vision […]

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Bs Ballpark Museum Hits a Homerun

Here are more articles/links to the media coverage and pictures for B’s Ballpark Museum VIP Grand Opening! More TV & radio interviews are scheduled.  Enjoy! Mile High Sports Daily Denver Daily News

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B's Ballpark Museum Grand Opening

A glorious event occurred on Mon. evening, July 19, 2010.  Bruce, “B” my husband, just had his VIP grand opening celebration of his “dream” … a ballpark museum.  Bruce has collected baseball memorabilia for decades.  His collection became a non-profit museum about 10 years ago.  This unbelievable collection, recognized by the Smithsonian Baseball Book as […]

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Sports Vision – "Putt Doctor" Local OD

Dr. Craig Farnsworth, friend and colleague who moved from Denver to CA, was featured in the Denver Post Sports Section this week.  “People have no clue about where they are aligned. It’s crazy, “Dr. Farnsworth says.  “And then they wonder why they aren’t making putts.” Craig has a new book on vision and golf: The […]

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Colorado Avalanche Cares – 20/20 Does NOT Mean Perfect Vision

The Colorado Avalanche Cares program is a partnership between the Colorado Avalanche (our professional hockey team) and the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association.  Their newsletter has a feature article on vision and hockey.  Take a look!  Click here to read more. The article has been printed in 7 other states.  To find your local article, try […]

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Minnesota Hockey – Sees Why 20/20 Is Not Perfect

What a nice surprise to see the article in the Minnesota Hockey HEP Newsletter featuring excerpts and quotes from See It. Say It. Do It! book. Hockey screening questions include: Does your child misjudge the distance of the pass or goal?  Does he/she skate past the puck? “Vision therapy can give kids strategies to up […]

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