- LV-Beyond the Magnifying Glass: How New Technologies Are Helping People with Visual Impairment?
- LV-Bringing Low Vision To Your Practice
- LV-Do you practice Eyechiatry?: The psychology of vision loss
- LV-Incorporating Vision Rehabilitation into a Primary Care Optometric Practice: Practical Suggestions to Make It Feasible
- LV-Low Vision Coding and Billing 2023 - Lessons Learned
- LV-Low Vision Rehabilitation Resources for the Pediatric Population
- LV-Why Adding Low Vision Makes Professional and Financial Sense: Debunking the 4 Myths of Low Vision
LV-Serving Those with Vision Impairment and Coding/Reimbursement for These Encounters: The Vision Rehabilitation Forum
In this course, cerebral vision impairment, stroke and inherited retinal disease cases will be presented. Both ocular health assessment and goal-based vision rehabilitation management will be discussed. Testing to diagnose both functional vision and neurological loss will be reviewed. Use of prism and magnification devices as well as training to enhance prognosis will be discussed. Generalized coding guides will be reviewed to give attendees broad coding examples. These guidelines will be applied to the cases presented. This course is appropriate for the seasoned vision rehabilitation optometrist but also optometrist who want to learn more about vision rehabilitation.
Janis Winters, O.D.
Carl Garbus, O.D.
Maria Richman, O.D.
Harvey Richman, O.D.
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