NORA2020
NORA2020: The Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association™ Virtual Conference
Live Online: September 12 & 13, 2020
On Demand: Through October 31, 2020

The premier event for eye care and other health care professionals who provide rehabilitative services to individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury.

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About NORA2020

The NORA annual conference is a premier event for eye care and other health care professionals who provide rehabilitative services to individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury.

In line with our continued commitment toward advancing professional knowledge and understanding of Neuro- Optometric Rehabilitative care and encouraging strong working relationships among professionals, the NORA 2020 online conference brings together key opinion leaders from optometry and other specialties.

You can earn up to 17 COPE-approved CE credits from leading experts with all new presentations, without leaving home.

In response to member feedback, this year, we are very excited to announce the addition of a course designed to provide allied therapy professionals with a foundational understanding of the role of neuro-optometric rehabilitation for vision disorders associated with concussion, stroke and other neurological disorders.

We are also offering two courses designed for staff members that may be of interest to optometrists who are looking to add a neuro component to their office, as well.

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Watch each archived course as many times as you like through October 31, 2020.

Pause, rewind, or even watch on your phone in between patients.

Either way you choose to view the lectures, there is no more convenient, inexpensive, or relaxing way to pick up your required CE hours!
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NORA2020 Course List


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Total COPE Hours: 17
ADVANCED BILLING AND CODING WORKSHOP FOR THE NEURO-OPTOMETRIC PRACTICE
Denise Helle, CPOC

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 11am - 12pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This is the fourth year that Denise Helle has provided a seminar about billing and coding at the NORA conference. This year, Denise will teach attendees how to score their own notes to determine whether they meet billing requirements. She will provide insider secrets to maximizing insurance reimbursement and surviving insurance audits. This seminar will be geared toward the person doing the billing: billers and coders, office staff, and providers.
NEURO TRIAGE
Kacie Monroe, OD, FCOVD

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 12pm - 2pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 2

Credit Hours: 2
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This course is designed with staff in mind! Attendees will learn everything from patient intake, ancillary testing, and rehab techniques for neuro patients. Forms, paperwork, terminology, and testing will all be discussed in depth. Perfect for new staff members or seasoned staff who are just beginning to provide services for neuro patients. Optometrists who are looking to add a neuro component to their office will also benefit from this course.
NEURO OPTOMETRIC INTERVENTIONS AND PRESCRIBING FOR THE OPTOMETRIST
DeAnn Fitzgerald, OD

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 12pm - 2pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 3

Credit Hours: 2
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This lecture will explore the clinical applications of brain anatomy and neuro anatomy with guidance on the use of lenses, prisms, tints with vision, and vestibular applications for improving patient outcomes.
CURRENT AND INNOVATIVE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF LYME DISEASE
Michael Cooper, OD

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 12:10pm - 1:10pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

The landscape of how Lyme disease presents in the ocular tissue continues to illustrate a progressive trend of increased virulence and visual devastation. While conventional methods of identification and treatment have shown a level of success, the audience will gain exposure to alternative therapies along with innovative technological advances in development.

Case studies will drive how to effectively identify, treat, and confidently co-manage with specialists these difficult to treat infections.
A NEURO-OPTOMETRIC REHABILITATION APPROACH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH VISUAL SNOW SYNDROME (VSS)
H. Esther Han, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, Dipl ABO

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 1:20pm - 2:20pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS) includes both visual (e.g., palinopsia) and non-visual (e.g., tremor) based problems. But the main symptom, visual snow, is the perception of “snow”, dots, pixelated fuzz, bubbles, and/or television monitor “static” in the visual field foreground.

For some patients it is mildly debilitating, whereas for others so debilitating that it interferes with their activities of daily living. As with other functional visual conditions, affected patients go from provider to provider seeking relief of their symptoms, but are told that nothing can be done.

Interestingly, patients with acquired brain injury who report vague subjective visual disturbances may actually be experiencing visual snow, but many clinicians are not aware of the questions to ask to further investigate for VSS. The purpose of this lecture is to present a protocol to help diagnose and treat the patient with VSS.
CRANIAL NERVE PALSIES-WHAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK
Cheryl Letheren, OD

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

Cranial Nerve Palsies will be discussed in a number of ways including: anatomy, causes, prevalence, treatments, clinical pearls, and differences between children and adults.
ADVANCED LASER APPLICATIONS FOR THE BRAINSTEM
Brandon Crawford, DC

Saturday, Sept 12, 2020, 4:15pm - 5:15pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

In this one-hour module we will discuss the intricacies of how to laser the most difficult areas of the human brain - the brainstem. These areas house the most vital centers for our existence, yet many think that laser and light therapy just won’t penetrate deep enough to have an effect on brainstem function. The fact is that just is not true.

The truth is that there’s research demonstrating widespread affects within the brainstem when laser and light therapies are properly applied with the appropriate techniques and parameters. The information you will learn in this module is directly applicable to anyone that works with brainstem functions in their office. All techniques discussed and taught are both supported by the literature and clinical evidence.
INTRODUCTION TO NEURO OPTOMETRIC REHABILITATION: VISION SCREENING AND INTERVENTIONS FOR ALLIED THERAPY PROFESSIONALS
Marsha Benshir, OD, FNORA
Katy Coleman, OTR/L
Melissa Zarn, OD, FAAO


Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 11am - 1:00pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 2
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This course will provide a foundational understanding of the role of neuro-optometric rehabilitation for vision disorders associated with concussion, stroke and other neurological syndromes. We will cover basic awareness of patients’ vision, screening for visual complications of neurologic impairment and injury, and therapeutic interventions to improve patient responses to other therapies.
USING SYNTONICS TO IMPROVE TBI OUTCOMES
Robert S. Fox, OD, FCOVD, FCSO

Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 11am - 1:00pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 2

Credit Hours: 2
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

Syntonics (Optometric Phototherapy) is a valuable and powerful tool in the optometric care of the patient with acquired brain injury. Although it has been around almost as long as vision therapy, syntonics has only recently gained favor as an effective treatment for TBI patients.

This course will cover the basics of syntonics and will discuss its role in optometric TBI care. Topics to be covered include the history and theory behind optometric phototherapy, testing and treatment protocols, the physiological effects of light, and the Basic Syndrome approach to case management. How to incorporate syntonics into your rehabilitation practice will also be discussed. Throughout the program cases will be used to illustrate key points.
FIXING POTHOLES IN THE BRAIN AND EXPLAINING IT TO YOUR PATIENTS
Amy Thomas, OD, FCOVD

Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This lecture will cover where the vision functions occur in the brain in a fun and memorable way. Dr. Thomas also will discuss the areas that can be changed with the tools used in neuro-optometric practices and will go over ways to explain your treatments to patients so that they will not only comply with treatment, but also be able to explain it to others.
NEUROPLASTICITY IS THE KEY TO VISION REHABILITATION AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Tina Dang Aldana, MA, OD, FAAO

Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 2:40pm - 3:40pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to change and adapt throughout an individual’s life. The brain rewires itself in response to injury, which is why some people suffer from post-concussion symptoms; but the brain also has the ability to remodel itself in order to mitigate neurological dysfunction.

In this presentation, we will discuss activity-dependent plasticity which forms the basis for learning, to enhance comprehension, to improve motor function and retain memories. It is the key to successful vision rehabilitation.
UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBELLAR AND PERIPHERAL VESTIBULAR DISORDERS UTILIZING OCULAR MOVEMENTS
Brandon Brock DNP, DC, NP-C, APRN, DACNB

Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

This presentation will discuss how conditions of the cerebellum present clinically and how ocular function can be a valuable indicator. There will also be a comparison and contrast with the most common vestibular disorders as well.

There will be in-depth discussion on neurological pathway integration and a significant amount of it will be done via demonstration on stage so that viewers will have more than just a lecture, but a clinical experience.
NEURO-OPTOMETRIC REHABILITATION OF NEURO-PROCESSING DISORDERS: THE LATEST ON MS, PARKINSON’S DISEASE AND DEMENTIA
Cheryl Letheren, OD

Sunday, Sept 13, 2020, 4:15pm - 5:15pm EDT
Location: Virtual Room 1

Credit Hours: 1
INTERACTIVE COPE ID: Pending
ENDURING COPE ID: Pending

Neuro-processing Disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease are increasing rapidly in our population and will be creating a catastrophic effect on our health care system in the next 20 years.

Early diagnosis has long been an issue with these diseases but new research has shown the possibility of using bio-markers in the vision system to evaluate future risk. These bio-markers include changes to eye movements and especially changes to OCT findings.

This lecture will provide the audience with clinical pearls to help evaluate patients with these diseases and how to predict risk of future neuro-processing disorders. This lecture will review clinical signs, testing paradigms, and rehabilitation pearls for these neuro-processing disorders.

Speakers

Tina Dang Aldana, MA, OD, FAAO received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern California College of Optometry and completed an Ocular Disease Residency training at the VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dr. Aldana currently serves as the Neuro-Optometrist for the US Army, Regional Health Command Europe, at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany. As a member of the interdisciplinary team at the Traumatic Brain Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic, Dr. Aldana has the privilege of providing optometric care and vision rehabilitation to Service Members and their family members of all ages who have suffered a TBI.

She also acts as a consultant, internationally, providing educational lectures to healthcare providers on the topic of TBI, vision rehabilitation and neuroplasticity.
Marsha Benshir, OD, FNORA has an interest in vision and learning that came from her early experience in special education. She is a neuro-optometrist with a private practice in New Market, Maryland. She is on staff at Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital in Rockville, Maryland, MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, DC, and Western Maryland Hospital Center in Hagerstown, Maryland, providing diagnostic evaluations and prescribing treatment programs for vision disorders related to stroke, brain injury and neuro-degenerative disorders.

Dr. Benshir has consulted with the audiology department at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, and Ivymount School. She is a Fellow of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association. In addition to her office and hospital practices, she provides pro-bono services for wounded warriors, teaches doctors and therapists about vision rehabilitation, and develops new therapy procedures.
Brandon Brock DNP, DC, NP-C, APRN, DACNB is a practitioner in Dallas, Texas who holds a Doctorate in Family Nursing Practice from Duke University, and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. He has a Diplomate in Functional Neurology, Nutrition, Conventional Medicine, and Integrated Medicine as well. He holds Fellowship status in Childhood Disorders, Neurology, Electro-diagnostic Medicine, and Neurochemistry, and is a Global Clinical Research Scholar from Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Brock has been named Neurology Instructor of the Year five times by various organizations, received the Living Legacy Award from Samford University, and was Duke University's Spotlight Student of the Month. He works as a clinician at Foundation Physicians Group and is owner and operator of Brock Integrative Medicine in Dallas. He is a clinical educator for Functional Neurology Seminars as well as BTB Health Systems and serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for Xymogen Nutrition.

Dr. Brock recently earned his Stem Cell Fellowship from The American Academy of Anti-Aging and Medicine (A4M) and is currently a part of Duke’s Orthopedic Residency.
Kathryn Coleman, OTR/L is a Neuro-IFRAH certified Occupational Therapist at Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Memphis Tennessee. She received a BFA in Dance from The University of Memphis and a Master of Occupational Therapy from Texas Women’s University in Dallas Texas. At Encompass Health, Katy works as a preceptor to OT staff and host to OT and SCO students.

Katy is fortunate to have the opportunity to collaborate with Southern College of Optometry in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for the individuals she serves on a daily basis.
Michael S. Cooper, OD is an Optometrist and Director of Innovation and Research at Solinsky EyeCare in West Hartford, CT. He specializes in anterior segment disease treating a variety of conditions including dry eye and lid diseases, allergy, and uveitis.

He has produced research, participated on expert ocular surface disease round tables, and lectured domestically on topics such as corneal disease states, uveitis management, Lyme disease, emerging pathogens, sports-related eye injuries in children, and AMD pedigree relationships. Dr. Cooper is published in journals such as Review of Optometry, Modern Optometry, Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today, Clinical Ophthalmology, Optometry Times, Primary Care Optometry News, and Optometric Management. Additionally, he has collaborated with CollaborativeEYE and EyetubeOD on a variety of digital media segments including “Managing the Surgical Patient” and “Hot Topics”.

He is actively involved in global clinical studies for novel anti-infective therapeutics, evaluating the efficacy of meibomian gland treatment modalities, ocular surface diagnostic validation, and AMD genetic research. Recently, he has been awarded a federal grant to evaluate Diabetes care efficiency across a multispecialty environment in a community health center setting.
Brandon Crawford, DC is currently licensed to practice Chiropractic in the USA in the state of Texas and in Dubai Healthcare City in the UAE. He maintains an active practice in Austin, TX where he sees various types of patients seeking to restore their health. A large part of Dr. Crawford’s practice is focused on helping families who seek help for neurodevelopmental disorders like Autism, ADHD, Tourette’s, OCD and similar issues. His practice also sees a large amount of chronic pain and other neurological issues.

Dr. Crawford is considered an expert in the field of photobiomodulation and lectures around the world discussing research and practical application of light and laser therapy on the brain and body to improve health. He has Co-founded ShedLight LLC; a company that distributes therapy lasers to clinicians and teaches them on proper use and implementation of the laser. He also serves on the medical advisory board for SNA Technologies, maker of the Neurosage software. He also launched his own seminar series for the general public called Balanced. This series focuses on the use of functional neurology, laser therapy, and holistic healing strategies to maintain health and wellness.
DeAnn Fitzgerald, OD is Vice President of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA), an inter-disciplinary group of professionals dedicated to providing patients who have physical or cognitive disabilities as a result of an acquired brain injury with a complete ocular health evaluation and optimum visual rehabilitation education and services to improve their quality of life.

Dr. Fitzgerald has been providing eye care to eastern Iowa since graduating from Pacific University School of Optometry in 1984. She runs a busy primary care clinic where she diagnoses and treats ocular disease and evaluates patients with brain injury. In 2007, she opened a multi-disciplinary clinic, Cedar Rapids Vision in Motion, which provides low vision services and vision skills rehabilitation, with an emphasis on vestibular and visual skills. She then launched her sports vision and concussion clinic, Active Evolution Studio.

Dr. Fitzgerald has a special interest in sports vision performance and concussion. She attended Luther College in Decorah, Iowa where she played softball and basketball. At Pacific University, she went to the NCAA softball nationals two years in a row. She taught pitching and batting clinics and was umpire in chief of softball tournaments for high school students. Dr. Fitzgerald also played semi-professional softball in the 1980’s. She has helped facilitate over 17,000 baseline testings for concussion in Cedar Rapids and the surrounding communities.
Robert S. Fox, OD, FCOVD, FCSO holds a B.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Doctor of Optometry degree from the SUNY-State College of Optometry.

He completed a residency in Rehabilitative Optometry at the Northport V.A. Medical Center in 1986. A Fellow of the College of Optometry in Vision Development, Dr. Fox’s practice in Latham, NY, is limited to developmental and rehabilitative optometry.

Dr. Fox is the current President of the College of Syntonic Optometry. Other positions he has held include chair of the COVD International Examination and Certifications Board, and COVD New York State Coordinator. He is a Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension Program (OEP) and is program director for the Eastern States Optometric Congress. Dr. Fox has served on the professional advisory committee of the Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS).
H. Esther Han, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, Dipl ABO specializes in neuro-optometric rehabilitation. She is a full-time Associate Clinical Professor at the SUNY College of Optometry and the Residency Program Supervisor for the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Residency.

Dr. Han received her Bachelor of Arts in Neurobiology and Behavior from Cornell University in 1995. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the SUNY College of Optometry in 2001 and subsequently completed a Residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation at the SUNY College of Optometry in 2002. Dr. Han has been a member of the COVD International Exam and Certification Board (IECB) since 2014 and a board member for the Eastern States Optometric Congress (ESOC) since 2013.

Dr. Han is well-published in the areas of vision therapy and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. She has lectured domestically and internationally in China and Italy in the area of Acquired Brain Injury and also in the area of Vision Therapy.
Denise Helle, CPOC has over 20 years of billing and coding experience. She worked as a respiratory therapist for 15 years at the University of Iowa as a pediatric specialist.

She then worked for 5 years at a rehabilitation billing company, worked for a major insurance company, and now works for Dr. DeAnn Fitzgerald managing vision and medical billing claims. Denise has taught billing and coding seminars at the past four NORA meetings.
Cheryl Letheren, OD has been practicing Optometry in London for 29 years. She provides assessment and treatment for binocular problems, strabismus, amblyopia, learning disabilities, autism and sports vision as well as concussion, head injury, stroke, neuro-degenerative disease. Dr Cheryl is the former chief of optometry for TLC, the Laser Centre in London, Ontario (1995-2000).

She is a graduate of Western University in London, Ontario in physiology and has her Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo, which is the only English-speaking Optometry school in Canada. She did additional training at the school of Optometry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and earned her fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry in 1995. Currently Dr Cheryl is working on both her pediatric fellowship with COVD and her Neuro fellowship with NORA.

Dr Letheren has had more than 10 years of experience with vision rehabilitation. She has been on staff at Parkwood Hospital, a rehabilitation facility, for the last seven years , seeing acute in-patient and out-patient brain injury, complex care and stroke patients; she also acts as a consultant for patients with chronic conditions, motor vehicle injuries, head injuries, developmental conditions, learning disabilities and concussions in adults and children.
Kacie Monroe, OD, FCOVD is a graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry and is in private practice in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She has served as a part of the NORA Education committee for the past two years and has previously lectured at NORA and other regional conferences.

In 2018, Dr. Monroe earned her fellowship from College of Optometrists in Vision Development. In private practice she provides vision care for the entire family with a special interest in pediatric optometry and vision rehabilitation.
Amy Thomas, OD, FCOVD Amy Thomas has been working with brain injury patients for the past 15 years, since she was in the Army in Germany. She was fascinated by how differently the soldiers and airmen that were coming back from down range perceived vision. Since then she has been building her practice in Tucson Arizona. This practice is about half Vision Therapy and half Vision Rehabilitation.

She has studied under the great minds at OEPF, PAVE-Sanet, COVD, NORA, the Mind-Eye Institute, College of Syntonics, Sensory Learning Institute; She is also studying with functional neurologists such as IAFNR, the Carrick Institute, Robert Melillo, and a local community called the Brain Bunch. She is here to discuss the patterns she has found throughout her studies and pearls that you can use when you get home to your practices.
Melissa Zarn, OD, FAAO is an Assistant Professor at Southern College of Optometry (SCO). She graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2009 and completed residency training in Vision Therapy and Pediatrics in 2010.

Dr. Zarn spent 12 months working at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) clinic. She, along with a dedicated vision therapy technician, established optometry and vision therapy services in the new TBI clinic. She provided primary optometric care and vision therapy services to Army, Air Force, Marine, and Navy service members both during and following deployment.

As a provider in the TBI clinic, she worked closely with other members of the rehabilitation team including Physical and Occupation Therapy, Psychology, Speech and Language Pathology, and Neurology. Dr. Zarn also consulted on patients with military optometrists throughout the U.S. Army European Medical Command.

Sponsors

The Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association thanks all our sponsors and exhibitors for their valuable support of our 2020 Conference. Please visit their websites and check back here for the latest, exclusive show discounts that will be available in our virtual exhibit hall.

Registered users will also receive e-mails on the latest discounts.

If you are interested in exhibiting/sponsoring, please contact us directly at noraconference@gmail.com.
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Binovi
Binovi is a software-based, optometrist-lead technology solution designed to get better results, faster.

Utilising in-office and home-based activity protocols, the innovative Binovi platform helps optometric practices gain greater results, faster, with improved patient satisfaction in areas ranging from sports performance to binocular vision abnormalities.

Our goal is to deliver the market’s most advanced solutions, supported by recognized optometry leaders, to help vision therapy teams treat their patients and to help trainers improve athletic performance. Binovi was created to enhance the ways in which optometrists work with their patients to improve their vision and vision-related skills.
FITLIGHT®
FITLIGHT® specializes in designing and manufacturing equipment and platforms applicable in sports, healthcare and tactical industries. Our team continues to develop innovative products that are designed to improve human performance.

Established in 2011, FITLIGHT® products have been the leading edge in Visual, Cognitive and Dynamic training and testing from day one.

Our products use state-of-the-art hardware and sofware to facilitate the improvement of users Visual Motor Reaction and Neuro-Cognitive skills. FITLIGHT Trainer™ allows for fully customizable protocals with data capture and cloud based analytics. Add this to the options for customization in terms of size and scale and you have a highly complementary platform which to help develop skills for a wide variety of users.
Gold
Balance Tracking Systems
The Balance Tracking System (BTrackS™) utilizes “Gold Standard” force plate technology to provide an accurate and reliable balance testing and training solution for medical and healthcare professionals.

The BTrackS™ Balance Plate is affordable, portable force plate technology that uses highly accurate sensors to determine the center of pressure and postural sway of an individual during standing.

BTrackS™ software is user-friendly and easy to install on your existing PC, laptop or tablet computer. Software upgrades occur regularly, including both performance enhancements and new features driven by existing user feedback.
Bernell
Serving the ophthalmic community since 1954!

At Bernell, we serve the ophthalmic community by offering unique and necessary solutions to assist you in treating your patients so that they may achieve their maximum visual potential. We offer over 2,000 ophthalmic products to serve the primary care and vision testing needs of our customers, as well as the largest selection of vision therapy, visual rehabilitation, and vision enhancement products in the world!
Brightlamp
Brightlamp aims to make the world medically mobile by deploying advanced medical software to mobile platforms to democratize healthcare.

We have launched a patented technology platform for measuring the pupillary light reflex (PLR) that can be used to assist in evaluating and monitoring neurological aberrations, called Reflex. It uses an iOS mobile device’s camera and flash to measure a subject’s PLR through a proprietary approach, no additional hardware needed. Reflex is the next generation of mobile healthcare.
Senaptec
Senaptec is trusted by elite sports teams, professional athletes, special operations units military and rehabilitation clinicians worldwide.

The Sensory Station is a state-of-art sensory evaluation & training station which assesses 10 visual and sensorimotor skills. In less than 25 minutes, you can determine an individual’s strengths and opportunities to improve sensory performance.

The Senaptec Strobe is designed to train the connections between an individual's eyes, brain, and body. Using liquid crystal technology, the lenses flicker between clear and opaque, removing visual information and forcing the individual to process more efficiently. The Senaptec Strobe can be integrated into existing training drills and exercises.
SYntonac International
SYntonac International is a company for the Behavioral Optometrist, developed by Behavioral Optometrists. We produce Syntonic Optometry Equipment for Office and Home Therapy. We provide quality products and support services to help our clients understand how to use our products and best serve their patients. Feel free to explore our website and discover our SYntonac line of products. We offer Unique Continuing Education Seminars at our Office. We created the FSO Forum - The Platform where Functional Syntonic Optometrists are connected.
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