Neurovision Rehabilitation Guide


Authors: Amy Chang, Steven E. Ritter, and Xiao Xi Yu

Published by CRC Press - 2016.

Paperback - 149 Pages - 98 B/W Illustrations 

Neurovision Rehabilitation Guide is a valuable resource for the health care professional working with patients with visual dysfunction as a consequence of traumatic brain injury and neurological disorders. It covers the concepts of visual dysfunction as well as assessment and step-by-step treatment plans.

The guide covers the neurology of visual processing before and after a brain injury. It explains the concepts behind neurovision rehabilitation and how to go about examining and treating the patient’s visual deficits. It also covers the evaluation of visual perceptual deficits and treatment of the traumatic brain injury patient.

The guide contains more than 80 vision therapy procedures, with step-by-step instructions as well as sequencing guides for each category of therapy (oculomotor, accommodation, binocular, perceptual).

Perspectives on Vision - Volume 4: Selected Papers on Myopia


Perspectives on Vision - Volume 4: Selected Papers on Myopia

Edited by Paul A. Harris, OD

Chapter Authors: William M. Ludlam, OD, Ernest J. Giglio, OD, Gordon Harris, OD, and Paul Harris OD

Each of the prior volumes published in the "Perspectives on Vision" series contained papers grouped by the meeting at which they were presented. This volume is a bit different; the theme of the papers is what binds it together. In fact, this is the first time two of the papers have been offered; they existed only in manuscript form for over 40 years. The uniting theme is the "Longitudinal Myopia Research Project" which was done at the Optometric Center of New York in teh 1960's.

This volume is truly a case where knowing about this aspect of our past will maks each of us better in the present, so that we may better the futures of our patients.

Copyright 2013
108 pages
* This publication was an OEP Clinical Associate enrollment benefit item in 2014 *