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  • Different filters for Syntonics

    87th International Conference of Light and Vision

    I had the opportunity to go to the 87th International Conference of Light and Vision and sit in on their Syntonics 101 course. Syntonics is a form of photo therapy applied to the eyes that impacts the autonomic nervous system. It seeks to balance one’s sympathetic and parasympathetic responses with specific frequencies of light. Hence, […]

    Continue Reading June 10, 2019

  • Webinar: Tips on Transitioning to College for Individuals Living with Social, Learning and Communication Challenges

    With Certified Holistic Health Counselor, Maria Rickert Hong, and Aaron Rakow and Lauren Merritt of College Steps. Wednesday, March 27th 1:00pm Eastern If your child has a neurodevelopmental disorder and/or learning disability, the thought of sending him or her off to college may cause you anxiety! That’s why I’m happy to present to you College […]

    Continue Reading March 18, 2019

  • Vision Trouble: Stress or something more?

    She was in therapy for a death in her family. Most of her doctors thought her vision problem was stress related – except one. Check out this article recently featured in the New York Times Magazine for more details.

    Continue Reading December 17, 2018

  • EyeCare Associates is Hiring! Front Desk, Optical Technician, and Vision Therapy Staff Needed

    EyeCare Associates is seeking hard working, responsible team members for our growing, multi-location multi-doctor practice who want to make a difference in the vision care field. We are committed to exceptional vision care and strive to expand people’s potential through vision. Below are brief descriptions of two positions – please send resumes to if […]

    Continue Reading July 26, 2017

  • Vision and Autism

    Autism is a developmental disability characterized by social, learning and communication challenges, and atypical repetitive behaviors, activities, and interests. Autism comes in many shapes and sizes, and its prevalence in the┬ádeveloping world has been steadily increasing. Many of the behavioral characteristics of those falling within the autism spectrum involve the visual system. Poor eye contact, […]

    Continue Reading April 13, 2017