"What is really cool is that classical optometry doesn't have to be thrown out. Classcial tenets can be incorporated into a more behavioral and ultimately integrative approach. Consider integrated therapy a much expanded approach to vision and…"
"I will give an example of vision therapy. I see Abe Shapiro for vision therapy myself (I highly recommend going through a program yourself). I have seen the Mother Goose targets a million times (I exaggerate) but today, I was able to see at first…"
"How often do you see markings disappear? I have a patient who has a dark spot on her iris in the right eye in quadrant B and is doing a ton of alternative healings to treat a small spot on her breast and wondered if the iris would change as well. By…"
"Regardless of whether it is visual or mental, looking at and addressing both concerns makes the most sense. That being said, there are many cases where they present more of one versus the other and that then is part of our role in an…"
"The first thing kids want to do in Little League is hit the ball! While fielding, catching and throwing is equally important, everyone wants to see their kid step up to the plate and get a "hit".
So, once you get past some of the…"
"Ryan much of this is relatively new for me to start talking about emotions in vision therapy and helping people to see how vision is connected to emotion. I suggest reading Roberto's books and consider doing vision therapy yourself if you have…"
Randy L. Schulman, M.S., O.D., F.C.O.V.D.
Dr. Schulman graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania where she received her degree in psychology. She graduated with both her Doctor degree and a Masters degree in Vision Science from the State University of New York, State College of Optometry. She received her Fellowship in the College of Optometry for Vision Development and is an Associate member of the Optometric Extension Program. She has lectured extensively on such topics as vision in the classroom, vision and aging, and visual difficulties in the developmentally delayed, and has published on vision and autism. She is fully licensed to diagnose and treat eye disease and specializes in vision therapy, pediatrics, learning disabilities and preventative vision care for all ages.