Introduction to Syntonics

Introduction to Syntonics

Part 1 is taught by Larry Wallace on Introduction to Syntonic Phototherapy and Part 2 is taught by Philip C. Bugaiski on Introduction to Practical Syntonic Phototherapy

Course Description

Introduction to Syntonic Phototherapy

This presentation will introduce a brief history and theory of Syntonic Phototherapy. Topics covered will also be diagnostic testing including analyzing pupils and functional visual fields. Treatment protocols will be discussed along with case illustrations.

Introduction to Practical Syntonic Phototherapy (2 parts, 4-hours total)

Syntonic Phototherapy can be a powerful tool to assist in the treatment of various visual dysfunctions. This presentation will introduce diagnostic testing related to syntonics, treatment options, and the use of syntonics along with optometric vision therapy, functional lens prescribing, and co-management with other health professionals. Cases will include strabismus, amblyopia, acquired brain injury, and learning-related vision problems

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Instructor Bio

Larry B. Wallace, O.D., Ph. D., is a Doctor of Optometry and has a Ph.D. in Ocular Phototherapy. He has practiced for over 40 years in Ithaca, N.Y . He was founding member and served as President of the International Light Association. He has served as President for 14 years for the College of Syntonic Optometry, an organization dedicated to education and research in the field of light and color therapy.
Philip C. Bugaiski, OD, FCOVD, FCSO developed an interest in optometry as a result of childhood vision challenges requiring vision therapy. He was awarded one of six national scholarships for optometry from the US Air Force, and after graduating from SUNY College of Optometry, he served at Pope AFB, NC and Lakenheath RAF, England.

Larry B. Wallace, O.D., Ph. D.

Philip C. Bugaiski, OD, FCOVD, FCSO

Courses Details

Course Duration

30 Days

Continuing Education Credits

06 hours

Course Price

$150

Course Description

Introduction to Syntonic Phototherapy

This presentation will introduce a brief history and theory of Syntonic Phototherapy. Topics covered will also be diagnostic testing including analyzing pupils and functional visual fields. Treatment protocols will be discussed along with case illustrations.

Introduction to Practical Syntonic Phototherapy (2 parts, 4-hours total)

Syntonic Phototherapy can be a powerful tool to assist in the treatment of various visual dysfunctions. This presentation will introduce diagnostic testing related to syntonics, treatment options, and the use of syntonics along with optometric vision therapy, functional lens prescribing, and co-management with other health professionals. Cases will include strabismus, amblyopia, acquired brain injury, and learning-related vision problems

Bio

Larry B. Wallace, O.D., Ph. D., is a Doctor of Optometry and has a Ph.D. in Ocular Phototherapy. He has practiced for over 40 years in Ithaca, N.Y . He was founding member and served as President of the International Light Association. He has served as President for 14 years for the College of Syntonic Optometry, an organization dedicated to education and research in the field of light and color therapy. He has been the Director of Education for The College of Syntonic optometry creating the curriculum and arranging the speakers for the Annual Conference on Light and Vision for over 30 years. He has invented and patented the first micro-current device to treat eye disease in the Unites States. He participated in clinical trials and helped design protocols for treating macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa. He has published numerous articles and research on phototherapy. He has conducted and published number of studies involving neurology and light therapies. Dr Wallace has lectured and taught countless workshops around the world in the field of phototherapy and rehabilitative optometry. He isalso a certified low vision specialist in New York, and offers alternative care for eye disease. He has worked extensively in the field of optometric neuro-rehabilitation, postural restoration , and treatment of head trauma and brain injury. He currently practices in an integrative clinic working closely with physical therapists and neuro-rehabilitative optometric therapy.

Philip C. Bugaiski, OD, FCOVD, FCSO developed an interest in optometry as a result of childhood vision challenges requiring vision therapy. He was awarded one of six national scholarships for optometry from the US Air Force, and after graduating from SUNY College of Optometry, he served at Pope AFB, NC and Lakenheath RAF, England. With an honorable discharge, Dr. Bugaiski settled in Charlotte, and founded The Developmental Vision Center, the first optometric clinic in Charlotte dedicated exclusively to Vision Development, Vision Therapy, Pediatric Optometry and Vision Rehabilitation. Dr. Bugaiski has served on the International Examination and Certification Board for COVD, and he is North Carolina’s only optometrist board certified in Syntonic Phototherapy. Dr. Bugaiski has been honored with repeated invitations to present optometric lectures for various groups on a local, national, and international level.

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Part 1 is taught by Larry Wallace on Introduction to Syntonic Phototherapy and Part 2 is taught by Philip C. Bugaiski on Introduction to Practical Syntonic Phototherapy