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Dynamic Duo podcast! Developmental optometrists Ryan Edwards, OD, FCOVD and Lindsey Stull, OD, FCOVD introduce you to their podcast series. The hope of this series is to offer knowledge and insight into the field of developmental optometry and vision rehabilitation, the importance of functional vision and its impact on other systems of the body, and the benefits of collaboration between professionals to address visual and other sensory impairments. Future podcasts will feature interviews wit ...
 
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Screentime is a popular topic that many optometrists are asked about, including Dr. Ryan and Dr. Lindsey. Dr. Sara Bush is here to answer frequently asked questions about how blue light effects refractive error, attention and learning skills, and ocular health. We welcome her on this month’s Dynamic Duo Podcast! Things you will learn in this episod…
 
After multiple unsuccessful surgeries, Sue Barry was told she would never be able to see 3D. Fortunately, she stumbled upon developmental optometrists who were able to correct her strabismus. She speaks today about the struggles and accomplishments of her journey that she has also wrote in her book Fixing My Gaze. Things you will learn in this epis…
 
Cameron McCrodan gave a Ted Talk about the unknown or often overlooked parts of the visual system. Having over 36,000 views on Youtube, his speech has caught the eye of many adults, parents, students, and professionals, including Dr. Stull and Dr. Edwards. We welcome him on this month’s podcast! Things you will learn in this episode: Unlike a disea…
 
After Dr. Edwards and Dr. Stull came across Cathy Stern’s blog post, they invited her to speak about her stand on patching. Cathy talks about her experience with it, the negative effects, and other alternatives to patching. Things you will learn in this episode: Patching is mostly prescribed with patients diagnosed with amblyopia (lazy eye) in hope…
 
Today we speak to Nick Davenport who has lead the way in merging sports psychology with muscle and strength training. Having been unfamiliar territory before, he took a risk and has created Mindbody One and partnered with Fitligths. Things you will learn in this episode: Nick’s equipment is focused around working memory and decision making while in…
 
Joining us from Brookfield, WI, Brandon Begotka speaks about the importance and developmental steps in infant vision development. Things you will learn in this episode: Although infants can only see a foot in front of them, their vision is critical to their development and survival. Their limited vision is beneficial and not overstimulating.. Famil…
 
We welcome Dr. Graham Erickson and his knowledge on sports vision training. He covers the basics and benefits athletes can gain from joining a sports vision training program. Things you will learn in this episode: Sports vision training is used to optimize the visual system to increase performance within the sport. Just like the body, you continue …
 
With his extensive knowledge in optometry, Dr. Peter Shaw has created Shaw lens. His lens focus on binocular vision or how both eyes work together. His Things you will learn in this episode: Although one eye may not be functioning, the lenses are designed to encourage the eyes to work together. Similarly to selective hearing, our brain is able to “…
 
We had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Marien from NeuroTracker on this episode! Ben is the Director of Business Development for the Athletic and Performance Markets for CogniSens Inc. Special guest Ben Marien introduces Neurotracker, a software designed to improve tracking and mental performance. He answers frequently asked questions and gives an…
 
Kathy Borchardt joined us today to share her extensive knowledge in neuropsychology. She shares her story from an educational and personal viewpoint while also covering the basics and common misconceptions within her field. Things you will learn in this episode: Neuropsychologist test the impact of the “physical brain and how that is affecting thei…
 
After observations made through her career and personal life, Angela J. Hanscom became interested in the factors that play into a child’s development. Because of her inspiration and passion, she is dedicated to sharing her knowledge and findings. We welcome Angela J. Hanscom! Things you will learn in this episode: There has been a drastic increase …
 
Wendy Rosen joined us in sharing her story and talking about how vision is an important factor in children’s learning. After her daughter was treated for vision learning related problems, she was inspired to reach out to other teachers and parents through her book and podcasts. Things you will learn in this episode: 1 in 4 children are affected fro…
 
Denise Schneider speaks out about the knowledge she accumulated from her education and case studies. Many of the patients she treated had “fallen through the cracks” and she has given them the answers they have been looking for. Things you will learn in this episode: 47% of people struggle with headaches and every ten seconds someone goes to the ho…
 
On this episode we welcome Dr. Brandi Boan, a neuropsychologist who specializes in both children and adults. With her extensive knowledge and abundance of experience, she answers questions and misconceptions focused around traumatic brain injuries. Things you will learn in this episode: A typical neuropsychology exam will happen about three months …
 
Family nutritionist, Sofia Sanchez, gives great insight to the importance of nutrition and basic tips that families can do to live a more healthy lifestyle. Things you will learn in this episode: Nutrition is the digestion of food down to it’s natural components and how it impacts the body. Age, culture, and many factors contribute to an individual…
 
Patti Andrich speaks from Ohio about her experience with both occupational and vision therapy. She explains the importance of reflexes and how it can interfere with a child’s social and academic growth. Things you will learn in this episode: Primitive reflexes are neurological movements that are embedded into our nervous system, similarly to a “cod…
 
We welcome Dr. Alisa Nance who shares her journey to recovery after a car accident back in 1998. While training to be a doctor, she had to learn how to study and continue her career and education while having strong symptoms. It was not until her son had a head injury that she understood that what she felt was not normal. Things you will learn in t…
 
Lindsey and Ryan interview Clark Elliott, PhD, about his book “The Ghost in My Brain”. It is a manuscript that chronicles his personal journey after suffering an mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury). The book includes detailing the symptoms he suffered, the prognosis he was given by many professionals and then a celebration of how he ultimately found…
 
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