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  • Doctor’s Name:Kevin Loopeker
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  • About the Doctor:Dr. Loopeker is the leading force behind “Vision & OpticNeuro Care: FYidoctors Doctors of Optometry”, a unique non-dispensary optometric practice in Vancouver dedicated almost exclusively to the assessment and treatment of visual and vestibular dysfunctions associated with mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) and/or whiplash-associated disorders. Dr. Loopeker built his reputation for excellence as the Director of Sport Vision and Optometric Services at Fortius Sport & Health where he led his team for eight years. He propelled forward hundreds of high-performance athletes including dozens of Canadian National Team members (e.g. soccer, ski, volleyball, cycling, rugby, shooting), Vancouver Canucks, men and women of the Vancouver Whitecaps, and UBC and SFU Varsity athletes. Dr. Loopeker received his Doctorate Degree from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, OR. He spent four years working as the Sports Vision Research Assistant to Dr. Alan Reichow, Director of Sport Vision at Pacific University and Chief Vision Consultant for Nike. During his post-doctoral residency at the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry, Dr. Loopeker was a Clinical Assistant Instructor at SUNY and earned a Certificate of Advance Clinical Competency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation. Dr. Loopeker is a Fellow of the Optometric Vision Development & Rehabilitation Association and is Board Certified in Vision Therapy and Vision Development. He has also earned a Diploma in Sportvision Practice (with Distinction) from the UK. Dr. Loopeker has assessed and treated over 1,500 patients with mild traumatic brain injury. He is a qualified expert witness in the Supreme Court of BC in the area of treatment of visual disturbances (2013) and have written dozens of medical-legal opinions in regard to the identification and treatment of visual dysfunctions associated with mild traumatic brain injuries and/or whiplash-associated disorders. He has a special interest in assessing and treating patients with central vestibular dysfunctions and visual-vestibular mismatch.
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    Western Canada’s only optometric clinic dedicated to the assessment and treatment of visual dysfunctions associated with concussion, whiplash, and other vestibular-related disorders.

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