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Winter Colorado COVD Study Group 2018

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A Novel Approach to Visual Information Processing Skills

Summary: Visual information processing skills (VIPS) have been assessed through a number of clinical assessments. We propose a paradigm shift in the assessment and treatment of VIPS. Through a unique method of analyzing VIPS testing results, we believe we can accurately project treatment times, predict efficacy of therapy, and easily alter traditional optometric VT activities in ways to provide faster, more stable therapy results. This course will cover the history and development of the model with sample cases to demonstrate interpretation.

Bio: Jeff Berger, O.D., FCOVD, graduated from NSU-OCO in 2009 and opened a primary care practice in Erie, Colorado in 2010. Shortly after opening, he began providing therapy services primarily to his own patient base. In 2016, he opened the Colorado Center for Visual Performance, a practice rendering only vision therapy services. He was thrilled to have the privilege of learning from and working with Dr. Bateman and Dr. Dowis during the development of this assessment.

Winter 2018 Colorado COVD Study Group:

Date: Sunday, February 11th

Location: Denver Vision Therapy

Address: Building C, 2460 W 26th Ave #220, Denver, CO 80211

Host: Dr. Leanna Dudley & Staff

Time: 1-4:30pm (break 2:30-3)


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