Guarding the net requires quick reflexes and the ability to anticipate the movements of the puck and players. Unfortunately, subtle problems with your vision may make it much harder to prevent goa ...View Article
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Posted on 06-20-2016
Originally published 4/8/2013:
Many patients come to my office wondering what the difference is between optometrists and ophthalmologists, and between optometrists and opticians.... What makes a "behavioral optometrist" different from a primary care optometrist? And WHAT is optometric vision therapy?? The links below provide notes to a lecture I will be presenting at the New York State Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (NYSAER) annual conference, Albany, NY, April 22, 2013. Curious? Take a peek! Lecture notes Supplements
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