Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association

Enhancing Neurological Recovery Through Vision Rehabilitation

Video & Audio Library

Demonstration of Oculomotor-based Reading Dysfunction on the overall reading eye movement pattern and reading efficiency

This presentation shows simulations of abnormal reading eye movement patterns found in patients with oculomotor-based reading dysfunctions

Video courtesy of Kenneth Ciuffreda, OD, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor at the SUNY/State College of Optometry, NY

Conceptual Model of Optometric Vision Care in Mild-Traumatic Brain Injury

This lecture highlights the importance of a thorough approach, and how to implement it, for optometrists who treat individuals with mTBI.

Video courtesy of Kenneth Ciuffreda, OD, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor at the SUNY/State College of Optometry, NY

Visual Motion Sensitivity in Mild TBI: Concepts and Remediation

Discussion on basic concepts of remediation in the problem of vision motion sensitivity found in fair amount of patients with mTBI

Video courtesy of Kenneth Ciuffreda, OD, PhD, Distinguished Teaching Professor at the SUNY/State College of Optometry, NY

How vision affects learning and concussion recovery

Dr. Patrick Quaid (Optometrist, FCOVD, Guelph Vision Therapy Center ) speaks about how the visual system can impact so many areas of your health.

Video courtesy of FXNL Media

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast - Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation, Part 1

Join Optometrist Dr. William Padula and physical therapist Jeremiah Jorgensen for discussion on neuro-optometric rehabilitation. They discuss their stories on how they got to where they are now, what neuro-optometric rehabilitation is and what it can treat, the evidence behind this approach and the limitations of that evidence, top clinical pearls regarding vision rehab for all healthcare providers, and much more!

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast - Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation, Part 2

Join Optometrist Dr. William Padula and physical therapist Jeremiah Jorgensen for pat 2 of their discussion on neuro-optometric rehabilitation.