/ /

  • linkedin
  • Increase Font
  • Sharebar

    Top 10 vision therapy books

    My favorites offer something for everyone at every level


    7. Vision Rehabilitation: Multidisciplinary Care of the Patient Following Brain Injury

    Penelope S. Suter, OD, FCOVD

    Lisa H. Harvey, OD, FCOVD

    Published in 2011 by CRC Press


    When I moved to Memphis, I began to see a number of patients referred from local rehabilitation facilities. I attended a state brain injury conference and happened to sit next to a local occupational therapist. Little did I know that her facility wanted to increase referrals to our department.

    Since that time, rehabilitation for patients with brain injury has been our largest area of growth. Bringing together a group of authors who are the tops in their fields, this book includes topics such as interdisciplinary management, visual field loss, visual-spatial neglect, the use of lenses and vision therapy, and much more.

    The information provided is evidence-based and will stand the test of time. It is also of great use in presenting to rehabilitation professionals other than optometry.

    Simply put, if you are interested in working in the brain injury arena, you must read this book.   

    Up next: Optometric Management of Nearpoint Disorders

    Marc B. Taub, OD, MS, FAAO, FCOVD
    Dr. Taub is the chief of Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, as well as supervisor of the residency program in Pediatrics and Vision ...


    You must be signed in to leave a comment. Registering is fast and free!

    All comments must follow the ModernMedicine Network community rules and terms of use, and will be moderated. ModernMedicine reserves the right to use the comments we receive, in whole or in part,in any medium. See also the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and Community FAQ.

    • No comments available

    Optometry Times A/V