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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  CVS EYECARE SEMINAR

Presenters:

Stephen L Glasser, OD, FAAO

Jeffrey R Anshel, OD

To register on-line for the CVS Eyecare Seminar, please fill out the Online form with your credit card number. If mailing in the registration, please print out the form and mail to: Corporate Vision Consulting 842 Arden Drive Encinitas, CA. 92024.

The cost of the seminar is $189. for doctors and $95. for accompanied assistants ($125. for unaccompanied assistants or Opticians). For the location of future seminars, see the chart above or for more detailed information, please call 800-383-1202, ext. 1.


Seminar Outline:

Purpose of this course

The purpose of this course is to provide you with an advanced understanding of the computer user, the computer environment and correction methods so that you may render the proper specialized care needed for these individuals.

Fear of computers

Computers and typewriters

Development of Visual Requirements

Computer Usage

Increase in Computer Usage

Projected Internet Use

Computer addiction

Kids and Computers

Kids and computers statistics

Aging of the workforce

Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)

CVS and the Eyecare Industry

Opportunities for the Optometrist

Solving the problems

The Computer Hardware

The monitor

Computer vs paper image

Distance from the computer

The One-third Rule

Computer height

NOVA desk

Size does matter...

Trends

Your old monitor/ your new monitor

Flat screen monitor

All in one monitor

Screen Flicker

Flicker Perception

Colored letter/ background combinations can have an effect on text readability

Screen and document orientation

Side document holder

In-line document holder

Radiation

The Keyboard

Slanted keyboard

Wrist rest / mouse rest

Articulating keyboard holder

Regular/ Split keyboard graphic

Split keyboard

The Mouse

Precise mouse pad

The CPU

The Computer Environment

Lighting

Diffuser fluorescent fixture

Bank fluorescent fixtures

Luminance ratios

Display and Glare Source Luminances

Direct and indirect glare

Eliminating Glare

Glare test

Desktop and laptop hoods

Office examples

Classroom with computers

Kids and computer furniture

Auxiliary Lighting

Task light

Ergolight

Laptop light

Anti-glare Filters

Why Recommend Anti-Glare Filters

Neutral Density Filter

Circular Polarization Filter

What Filters to Recommend

Seating

90 degree posture

Typewriter posture

Reclined posture

Desk

The Computer Patient

Complaints associated with computer use

Ocular or Eye Complaints

Visual Complaints

Behavioral Complaints

Physical Complaints

Computer Vision Exam

Patient History

Computer Vision Questionnaire

PRIO

Computer and Paper

The Eye-CEE System for Computer Testing

Eye considerations

CVS Related Dry Eye Problems

Solutions for CVS Related Dry Eye Problems

Vision considerations

Hyperopia or Astigmatism

Myopia

Binocular Vision and Accommodation

Head Movements

Accommodative Facility Norms

NRA and PRA

Vision Therapy

Computer Vision Exam

Computer correction questions

Eyeglass lenses

Occupational/Specialty lenses

Computer trifocal

Specialty lens comparison

How to prescribe Access

Interview lens

Lens treatments

Contact lenses

Contact lenses and computers

CVS Cases

Other recommendations

Blink Rate

"Take a break"

Sources and Resources

Web Sites

Computer Eyecare and Your Practice

Consulting

A Consultant is an Expert

Becoming an Expert

Marketing Yourself

The Ergonomic Community

Consulting Equipment

On the Job

The Economics of Ergonomics

Do The Math

Fees

A Final Thought

 
 


"The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled."

-Plutarch

 
 


About CVC and Dr. Anshel

Schedule of lectures by Dr. Anshel

Articles by Dr. Anshel

Books by Dr. Anshel

 

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