Day-long course on managing vision deficits after mild or moderate TBI
A day-long course, Evidence-based Management of Vision Deficits Following Mild to Moderate Brain Injury, will be presented by one of the leading researchers and clinicians in the field, Neera Kapoor, OD, MS, FAAO, FCOVD-A.
From the course poster:
By the end of the course, learners will be able to identify:
the common sensorimotor vision conditions evident following mild and moderate TBI using the associated vision terminology.
the equipment needed and protocol for evidence-based high yield vision screening.
updated research studies supporting the presence of, and treatment options for common vision conditions following TBI.
the principal underlying neurology of the common sensorimotor vision conditions following mild and moderate TBI, as well as the relation between presenting symptoms and ADLs.
home-based and/or in-office treatment options for common sensorimotor vision conditions and be able to apply them to one’s practice.
The course will be in Alexandria, Virginia, at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital, 2501 Parkers Lane. The course runs from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm; the fee for the course is $125. To register, contact Ashley Meadows: email@example.com or 703.664.7491.
As a neuro-optometrist, Dr. Kapoor works with patients at the NYU-Langone Health’s RUSK Institute of Rehabilitative Medicine. See our New York Concussion Specialists page.
Dr. Neera Kapoor graduated with a Masters of Vision Sciences, Doctor of Optometry, and Residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, all at SUNY-College of Optometry in the mid-1990s.
She served as Chief of Vision Rehabilitation Services from June 2010 through early July 2015 and remained at SUNY College of Optometry through early 2016.
In early 2016, she transitioned from SUNY-College of Optometry to NYU-School of Medicine, where she holds the rank of Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and provides clinical care as a neuro-optometrist at NYU-Langone Health’s RUSK Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Dr. Kapoor has co-authored over 30 peer-reviewed articles, 10 textbook chapters, and 25 poster presentations. She has guest-edited three peer-reviewed journal issues on neuro-optometry and presented 120 lectures regionally, nationally, and internationally, regarding vision deficits related to underlying neurological conditions.