Award Winning Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Videos by Dr. Padula

Neuro-Visual Processing Affected by a Tick-borne Event

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA
2014 Washington DC

 

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Neuro-Visual Processing Dysfunction and Tick Borne Diseases: Data from Neuro-Optometric Evaluation, Visual Evoked Potentials and Neuropsychological Testing

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA and Judith G. Leventhal, PhD
2012 Boston

 

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Understanding Symptoms Related to Visual Dysfunction following a Tick-Borne Event

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA
2012 Boston

 

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The following three tapes have won 12 national awards. The Vision Midline Shift Syndrome videotape won the first prize of the Flame Awards for best professional educational tape.

Vp1Vision As A Process

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA

Vision is a sensory-motor process beyond the ability to “see.” The visual systems, both focal and ambient, work together to establish control of movement and posture as well as the functional vision skills necessary for organizing the world. This video provides a developmental perspective of vision and the relationship of vision as a process to the issues of motor control. Understanding the visual system is essential for the clinician treating persons with physical dysfunction. (26 Min.)

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Vms1Visual Midline Shift Syndrome

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA

This video discusses visual midline shift syndrome as it relates to individuals who have suffered a CVA or head injury. The specific nature of the syndrome is presented, its impact on rehabilitation and appropriate Neuro-optometric rehabilitation care. Assessment procedures are demonstrated and treatment through the use of prism lenses is presented. (35 Min.)

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Ptvs1Post Trauma Vision Syndrome

By William V. Padula, OD, SFNAP, FAAO,  FNORA

Post Trauma Vision Syndrome is a newly identified syndrome affecting persons who have sustained a traumatic brain injury. Research findings that identified the syndrome, characteristics and symptoms, and Neuro-optometric rehabilitation treatment are presented. Appropriate evaluation and treatment for this syndrome are critical to the physical rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injury. (45 Min.)

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