This course will highlight the optometrist's role in the care, management and treatment of traumatic/acquired brain injury patients. In this course we will define relevant optometric terminology for the evaluation and management of this patient base, outline the impact to vision that one might suffer from following a traumatic/acquired brain injury, identify the key components in the optometric evaluation of a brain injured patient and lastly identify optometric interventions for these brain injured patients.

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Christina Esposito, O.D.



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