Nutrition for Vision

While most people don't realize it, what you eat can affect how you see! Our eyes are as much a part of our bodies as any other organ, so they are influenced by our nutrition. New research has confirmed that nutrition can make a difference in our eye health. Most affected are conditions of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Dry Eye Syndrome, Cataracts and Glaucoma. Dr. Anshel now lectures on these conditions and how to resolve them with proper nutrition.

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The CVC Seminar Series

We offer various Seminars to teach people about the importance of vision in general and in the workplace.

They include:

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We offer one to two hour presentations which cover topics relating to vision stress on the job. Eye problems, vision stress, the history of the human visual system, how we see, and eye exercises are discussed. Optimum workstation design, on-site vision testing programs, general guidelines for computer use and task specific recommendations are offered.

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This three or four seminar presentation is designed to show how lighting and visual function can interact in the workplace environment to reduce computer-related stress. General considerations of lighting in the workplace are covered, emphasizing awareness of how lighting affects worker well being and productivity. Discussions include aspects of workplace visual demands and how visual abilities affect various working situations. The seminar is conducted on an intermediate or advanced level, emphasizing practical recommendations. Participants will learn how to set up computer workstations to maximize efficiency and reduce vision stress.

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This one hour presentation covers topics relating to vision in the classroom. Eye problems, vision stress, the development of the visual system, how we see, and eye exercises are discussed. The role of the computer in the classroom, updated vision screening techniques, general guidelines for computer use for children and specific recommendations are offered. This presentation is especially useful for teachers and school nurses, as well as school administrators.

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Based on his most recent book, this seminar offers the layman valuable information into the world of vision. Put in easy to understand terminology, Dr. Anshel explains how the eyes and visual system work and how to develop the ability to see. He then offers first aid and troubleshooting advice for several eye problems. Remedies for many common eye problems are discussed and often include herbal, homeopathic and nutritional recommendations. The last part of the presentation contains information on various techniques and procedures that are common in the eye care community. Questions on any aspect of vision care can be answered.

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This talk is specifically for the eyecare professional conference or seminar.
This popular one or two hour seminar presentation offers exciting information on all aspects of Computer Vision Syndrome. It includes details on how to examine patients in the office so that you can resolve their complaints and concerns.

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The CVS Eyecare Seminar is designed to offer the optometrist and their staff the latest information on how to assess the visual needs of their computer-using patients. This is information that the doctor and their staff can take back to your office and use immediately. You will also learn how to incorporate this area of expertise as a sub-specialty into the practice. You'll learn how to approach local companies, schools and businesses to offer services as a computer-vision expert. This full-day, 6-hour course is COPE approved for continuing education credit and is taught by Dr. Jeffrey Anshel and Dr. Stephen Glasser.

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Over 50 million Americans suffer from Dry Eye Syndrome (DES)- a condition where the eye's normal moisture is reduced and causes irritation and redness. Traditional treatments for DES have been simply trying to re-moisturize the eyes with artificial tears. However, little attention has been paid to the actual cause of the problem. Newer treatments are now available and some are with natural oral supplements. Dr. Anshel will discuss these newer modalities and how they can help to relieve the symptoms for patients.

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SMART MEDICINE FOR YOUR EYES: The Role of Nutraceuticals in the Primary Care Practice NEW

Over the past 20 years, Optometry has made great strides to incorporate diagnostic and therapeutic pharmacological agents into their primary care practices. While this has been a significant advancement in our practice strategy, we should not overlook the major trend that is occurring in our society. Recent studies show that over 158 million consumers use nutritional supplements. A nutraceutical is a plant or plant-derived substance used to treat a medical condition or physical symptom. This course for eyecare professionals will review the role of nutraceuticals in the care and prevention of many of the eye conditions that present to your office on a daily basis. This is a true educational course on the latest research into the nutritional effects of foods and supplements on the human visual condition.

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