Link to Optometric Literature

Link to collection of articles on the Neurological underpinnings of binocular vision.

Link to blog on Neurological bases for binocular vision.

A Sample of Dr. Slotnick’s Publications

Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy 2.0

Press LJ, updated by Slotnick S.  Strabismus: Challenging the Adaptation.   And:
Press LJ, updated by Cook D; Contributions by Slotnick S.   Strabismus Therapy. 
In LJ Press, MB Taub & PH Schnell (Eds.), Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy 2.0, 2022.

Finding the Eye in a Pandemic Storm

Slotnick S. Finding the “eye” amid a pandemic storm: A holistic guide toward visual and autonomic balance. Vision Dev & Rehab 2020;6(2):150-65. Available with full publication at: 

  View Dr. Slotnick's self-help webinar: Diffusing Screen-based Visual Stress.

Visual Development, Diagnosis, and Treatment Pediatric Patient

Slotnick S, Tea YC (2019). Strabismus: Development, Diagnostics and Rehabilitation. In PH Schnell, MB Taub, & RH Duckman (Eds.), Visual Development, Diagnosis and Treatment of the Pediatric Patient, 2nd ed, pp. 449-481.  Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.

Case Presentation and Clinical Notes

Slotnick S. MY APPROACH to Transferring From Pharmaceutical to Rehabilitative Management of Anisometropic Amblyopia. PracticeUpdate website. Available at: Accessed May 17, 2019.   Case presentation and clinical notes available here.

Power of Lenses

Slotnick S (2018). Lens-guided visual rehabilitation of bilateral refractive amblyopia and vertical strabismus in the presence of superior oblique paresis. In MB Taub & PH Schnell (Eds.), The Power of Lenses, Volume 1 (1st ed., pp. 97-103). Timonium, MD: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, Inc.

Slotnick S. Vision Therapy Enhances Quality of Life in Patients with Myopia. Natural Awakenings, Westchester, Putnam & Dutchess, NY. 2017;Feb:27. Available at:

Slotnick S. Tactile-Visual Integration and Stereopsis. Vision Development and Rehabilitation. 2015;1(4):272-9. Available with full publication at:

Slotnick S, Awad C, Nath S, Sherman J. Novice Reviewers Retain High Sensitivity and Specificity of Posterior Segment Disease Identification with iWellnessExam™. Accepted 2 Nov 2015. Journal of Ophthalmology, Volume 2016, Article ID 1964254.

Slotnick S (2015). Adult Patient, Post-Surgical Strabismus and Anisometropia. In MB Taub, & P Schnell (Eds.), Vision Therapy: Success Stories From Around The World, Volume 1 (1st ed, pp.151-163). Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, Inc.

Awad C, Slotnick S, Nath S, Sherman J. Sensitivity and specificity of the iVue iWellnessExam™ in detecting retinal and optic nerve disorders. Eye and Brain. 13 February 2013; 2013:5 9-21.

Slotnick S, Baxstrom C, Clopton J (2012). Optometric Management of Functional Vision Disorders. In MB Taub, M Bartuccio, & D Maino (Eds.), Visual Diagnosis and Care of the Patient with Special Needs (1st ed, pp.289-328). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Sherman J, Gonzalez A, Slotnick S, Nath S. Review of Optometry: Retina Revealed Case #48: When a Technology Falters, Find a Fix: CORDA-enhanced SD-OCT Improves RNFL Analysis. Available at Accessed February 27, 2013.

Slotnick S, Sherman J. Panoramic Autofluorescence: Highlighting Retinal Pathology. Optometry and Vision Science. 2012 May;89(5):E704-8. E-pub 22 Mar 2012.

Slotnick S, Sherman J. Buried Disc Drusen have hypo-reflective appearance on SD-OCT. Optometry and Vision Science. 2012 May;89(5):E575-84. E-pub 22 Mar 2012.

Sherman J, Slotnick S. Disc drusen. Comment on: Differentiation of optic nerve head drusen and optic disc edema with spectral-domain optical coherence tomography. Ophthalmology. 2011;118(5):971-7. Ophthalmology. 2012 Mar;119(3):652-652.e1.

Sherman J, Slotnick S. Physiological causes of solar maculopathy. Letter. Comment on: The use of optical coherence tomography to aid in diagnosing solar maculopathy. Optometry 2011; 82:481-4. Optometry. 2012 Jan;83(1):6; author reply 6.

Slotnick S, 23 Feb 2011. “Strabismus – Is Surgery Enough?”
COVD Blog, College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Slotnick S. The Slotnick Scramble: Visual-Vestibular Integration, Motor Planning and Visualization: “The Slotnick Scramble,” A Vision Therapy Activity. Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 2010 Jul; 21(3):69-71.

Link to Poster

Slotnick, S. Portable and At-Home Tech for AMD. Review of Optometry, 2010 Feb; 147(2):45-49.

Sherman J, Slotnick S, Boneta J. Discordance between Structure and Function in Glaucoma: Possible Anatomical Explanations. Optometry,2009 Sep; 80(9):487-501.

Slotnick S, Sherman J. Beyond Ophthalmoscopy: Enhancing Clinical Ability with SD-OCT. Review of Optometry,2009 Jun;146(6):79-92. COPE Approved, 2 hours of CE Credit, Course ID: 25587-PS and 25588-PS (Internet).

Slotnick S, FitzGerald, D, Sherman J, and Krumholz D. Pervasive Ocular Anomalies In Posterior Microphthalmos. Optometry, 2007 Feb; 78(2):71-77.

Slotnick S. My Most Useful Glaucoma Diagnostic Instruments. Vision Care Product News. 2007 Jan; 7(1).

Slotnick S. Bridging the Gap from Paper to Paperless. Vision Care Product News. 2006 July; 6(7).

Slotnick S. Expanding Billable Services with Diagnostic Instruments. Vision Care Product News. 2006 May; 6(5).

Slotnick S and Sherman J. Combination Devices: An Affordable Upgrade. Vision Care Product News. 2006 Feb; 6(2).

Slotnick S and Sherman J. FYI on BIOs. Vision Care Product News. 2005 Jul; 5(7).

Sherman J, Bass SJ and Slotnick S. Authors’ reply to comment on: Glaucoma without cupping. Optometry. 2004 Nov;75(11):677-708. Optometry. 2005 Apr;76(4):224-225.

Sherman J, Bass SJ and Slotnick S. Glaucoma without cupping. Optometry. 2004 Nov;75(11):677-708.

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