Neuro-optometry latest trends and research with Dr. Amy Pruszenski

Neuro-optometry latest trends and research with Dr. Amy Pruszenski

Course Description

Understand what retinal neuromodulation is and how impacts patients’ behavior/function and can help promote positive changes in their treatment.

Understand that retinoscopy can be a form of brain mapping to allow practitioners to assess and monitor retinal excitation/activity and vascular function, which is correlated to CNS function. Associate abnormal retinoscopy light reflexes with gross retinal disease.

Understand patients can respond to even small amounts (1/8D!) of elements of lens prescriptions including prism, sphere, cylinder, and axis angles.

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Instructor Bio

1989 Massachusetts Institute of Technology -Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive Science

1993 New England College of Optometry -Doctorate in Optometry

2012 Fellow College of Optometrist in Vision Development

Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics (SBMT) Visual Processing subcommittee member

Member Society for Neuroscience

Director on the board for OEPF

Member NORA, COVD, AOA, NHOA

Dr. Amy Pruszenski

Courses Details

Course Duration

30 Days

Continuing Education Credits

2 hours

Course Price

$40

Course Description

Understand what retinal neuromodulation is and how impacts patients’ behavior/function and can help promote positive changes in their treatment.

Understand that retinoscopy can be a form of brain mapping to allow practitioners to assess and monitor retinal excitation/activity and vascular function, which is correlated to CNS function. Associate abnormal retinoscopy light reflexes with gross retinal disease.

Understand patients can respond to even small amounts (1/8D!) of elements of lens prescriptions including prism, sphere, cylinder, and axis angles.

Bio

Dr. Amy Pruszenski

1989 Massachusetts Institute of Technology -Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive Science

 

1993 New England College of Optometry -Doctorate in Optometry

 

2012 Fellow College of Optometrist in Vision Development

 

Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics (SBMT) Visual Processing subcommittee member

 

Member Society for Neuroscience

 

Director on the board for OEPF

 

Member NORA, COVD, AOA, NHOA

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