Meet Our Doctor


David G. Kirschen, OD, PhD

Dr. David G. Kirschen received his OD and PhD degrees from the University of California at Berkeley. He is currently the Chief of Binocular Vision and Orthoptic Services at the Jules Stein Eye Institute, at the David Geffin School of Medicine, UCLA.

He has been in private practice in California for over 41 years while continuing his teaching and research efforts. He also serves as Professor Emeritus at the Southern California College of Optometry. For over 20 years, Dr. Kirschen has been substantially involved in sports vision, working as team optometrist for professional teams, such as the LA Dodgers, LA Kings, Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros, New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals, and the USA Olympics team.

Dr. Kirschen has lectured extensively in the United States and abroad. In his private practice he specializes in pediatric optometry, the treatment of binocular vision anomalies, computer related vision problems, strabismus and amblyopia, contact lenses and sports vision.

PERSONAL BACKGROUND

Academic Affiliation

University of California at Los Angeles

Center for the Health Sciences

Jules Stein Eye Institute

200 Stein Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90024-7001

(310) 825-7118

Southern California College of Optometry

2575 Yorba Linda Blvd.

Fullerton, CA 92831

(714) 870-7226 ext. 475

Private Practice

Customized Vision Care

428 S. Brea Blvd.

Brea, CA 92821

(714) 529-2470

(866) 801-4739 fax

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

University of California at Los Angeles, 1966-68 (pre-Med)

University of California at Berkeley, 1968-70, B.S. in Optometry

University of California at Berkeley, 1970-72, Doctor of Optometry

University of California at Berkeley, 1972-77 Ph.D. in Physiological Optics

University of California at Berkeley, 1977-78, Post-doctoral fellowship with Professor Merton C. Flom

LICENSES

License to practice Optometry in California #5418

Diagnostic pharmaceutical license #1558

Therapeutic pharmaceutical license #OPT 5418T

Glaucoma Certification February 11, 2002

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Practice of Optometry

With Bernardt N. Thal, OD, 1972-74

U.C. School of Optometry, 1972-78

Southern California College of Optometry, 1978-82

UCLA Jules Stein Eye Institute, 1981-present

Private practice in Brea, CA 1984-present

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Professor Emeritus, Southern California College of Optometry, 2009-present

Professor of Basic and Visual Science, Southern California College of Optometry, 1998-2008

Chief, Binocular Vision and Orthoptic Services, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, 1984-present

Lecturer in Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, 1989-present

Visiting Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, 1982-1989

Associate Professor of Basic and Visual Science, Southern California College of Optometry, 1982-present

Assistant Professor of Basic and Visual Science, Southern California College of Optometry, 1978-82

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Member, Board of Directors, American Optometric Foundation 2005-present

Team Optometrist, Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox 2004-present

Team Optometrist, Los Angeles Dodgers 1992-2008

Secretary/Treasurer, VWI Board of Directors 2002-2003

Chair, Long Range Planning Committee, Vision West, Inc, Member, Membership Services Committee, VWI, 2001-2005

Member, Finance Committee, VWI, 2001-2003

Member, Board of Directors, Vision West, Inc, 2001-2005

Chair, Association of Practice Management Educators, 2002-2005

Co-editor, AAO Scientific Program Book, 1993-2000

President, California Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry, 1992-1993

Member, Long Range Planning Committee of the American Academy of Optometry, 1991-1992

Chairman, Scientific Program Committee of the American Academy of Optometry, 1988-93

Consultant to California State Board of Optometry in Binocular Vision, 1987-94

Consultant to Whittle Communications Editorial Staff in Binocular Vision, 1987-present

President, Orange County Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry, 1980-82

Vice-chairman, Paper and Program Committee of the American Academy of Optometry, 1979-1988

Member, Institutional Review Board, Southern California College of Optometry, 1981-1983

Chairman, Student Research Committee, Southern California College of Optometry, 1979-81

Contributor to the Dictionary of Visual Science, 1978-79

Referee for the Journal of the American Optometric Association, 1978-present

Optometric Consultant for the California State Department of Consumer Affairs, 1975-78

Referee for the Optometry and Vision Science (American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics), 1977-present

Reviewer for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry, 1976-present

HONORS AND AWARDS

AOA Sports Vision Section "Optometrist of the Year" 2009

American Optometric Foundation Fellowship, 1972-74

H.E.W. Post-doctoral Fellowship, 1971-77

Outstanding Young Man in America, 1980

Chairman of Symposium, "Biofeedback Applied to the Visual System in the Laboratory and Practice," American Academy of Optometry, Section on Binocular Vision and Perception, December, 1980

NIH National Eye Institute Research Grant (EY02125) "Sensory and Motor Mechanisms in Functional Amblyopia" (Post doctoral Fellow), 1977-80

NIH National Eye Institute Research Grant (EY03694) "Sensory and Motor Mechanisms in Functional Amblyopia" (Consultant), 1980-85

NIH National Eye Institute Research Grant (EY03468) "Sensory and Motor Mechanisms in Congenital Nystagmus" (Principal Investigator), Approved 1980, not funded

NIH National Eye Institute Research Grant (EY03468) "Sensory and Motor Mechanisms in Congenital Nystagmus" (Principal Investigator), Approved 1981, not funded

The Hearst Foundation Research Grant "Visual Acuity Assessment in Infants and Young Children" (Principal Investigator) Approved and funded, 1982

NIH National Eye Institute Research Grant (EY05304) "The Efficacy of Prism Adaptation in Acquired Esotropia" (Co-Investigator), Approved and funded 5 years, 1984-1989

Teacher of the Year Award, Southern California College of Optometry, Second Year Class, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002

Family of the Year, Jewish Family Service of Orange County, 1995

NEI Grant “Alternate Patching for Congenital Esotropia” (Co-Principle Investigator), Approved and funded 1997-2000US Patent No. 4,804,261

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Academy of Optometry

American Optometric Foundation (President’s Circle)

American Optometric Association

California Optometric Association

Orange County Optometric Society

California Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry

Orange County Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalomology (ARVO)

Beta Sigma Kappa

Association of Optometric Educators

Association of Practice Management Educators

COMMUNITY SERVICE

President, Orange County Hillel Foundation, 2002-2005

Board Member, Orange County Hillel Foundation, 2001-present

Board Member, Jewish Federation of Orange Country, 1999-present

Chairman, Super Sunday, Jewish Federation of Orange County 1997-2000

Chairman, Board of Trustees of Temple Beth Tikvah 1995-97

President, Temple Beth Tikvah, 1993 - 95

Vice-President, Board of Directors, Temple Beth Tikvah, 1980-84, 1986-91

Executive Vice-President, Board of Directors, Temple Beth Tikvah, 1984‑86, 1991-1996

Chairman, Finance Committee, Temple Beth Tikvah, 1986-88

PUBLICATIONS

1. Kirschen D, Flom MC Monocular central field occlusions for intractable diplopia. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1977;54(5):325-331.

2. Kirschen D Visual acuity and oculomotor control in amblyopia, Ph.D. dissertation. University of California, Berkeley 1977.

3. Kirschen D, Flom MC Visual acuity at different retinal loci of eccentrically fixating functional amblyopes. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1978;55(7):144-150.

4. Flom MC, Kirschen D, Williams T Changes in retinal correspondence following surgery for intermittent exotropia. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1978;55(7):456-462.

5. Kirschen D, Shlyakhov E, Flom MC Visual acuity and contrast sensitivity of the amblyopic eye as a function of the stimulated region of the retina. Translation of a paper in Russian by E. S. Avetisov. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1979;56(7):465-469.

6. Flom MC, Kirschen D, Bedell H Acuity in eccentrically fixating amblyopes. Letters to the Editor. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1980;57(3):191-194.

7. Flom MC, Kirschen D, Bedell H Control of unsteady eccentric fixation in amblyopic eyes using auditory feedback of eye position. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. 1980;19(11):1371-1381.

8. Kirschen D Auditory feedback in the control of congenital nystagmus. Proceedings of Oculomotor Symposium 1980, ed. Derek Fender, California Institute of Technology, 1981.

9. London R, Kirschen D Psychogenic etiology of a conjugate gaze disorder. J. Am. Optom. Assoc. 1981;52(4):355-356.

10. Kirschen D, Kendall J, Riesen K An evaluation of the accommodative response in amblyopic eyes. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1981;58(7):596-602.

11. Kirschen D Auditory feedback in the control of congenital nystagmus. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1983;60(5):364-368.

12. Rosenbaum A, Kirschen D, Ballard E A new quantitative visual acuity test for children too young to respond to the E game. In proceedings of the XXIV International Congress of Ophthalmology 1983, ed. by Paul Henkind.

13. Kirschen D, Rosenbaum A, Ballard E The dot visual acuity test - A new acuity test for children. J. Am. Optom. Assoc. 1983;54(12):1055-1059.

14. Rosenbaum A, Kirschen D A survey of visual acuity testing in the infant and pre-school child. Am. Orthoptic J. 1984; 34:13-21.

15. Perman K, Baylis H, Rosenbaum A, Kirschen D The use of botulinum toxin in the medical management of benign essential blepharospasm. Ophthalmology 1985;92:1012-1014.

16. Kirschen D. Do a school screening. Review of Optometry 1986;123(6):26-30.

17. Kirschen D, Goochey K, Solomon B Performance on the dot visual acuity test with uncorrected ametropia resulting in target blur. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1986;63(12):962-965.

18. Brunnett S, Munson M, Kirschen D Fresnel versus conventional prisms: their effects on the apparent fronto-parallel plane horopter. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 1988;65(7):519-526.

19. Rosenbaum A, Kushner B, Kirschen D. Vertical rectus muscle transposition and Oculinum to medial rectus for abducens palsy. Arch. Ophthalmol. 1989, 107(6):820-823.

20. Kirschen D. (Co-Investigator at UCLA for the Prism Adaptation Study Research Group). Efficacy of Prism Adaptation in the Surgical Management of Acquired Esotropia. Arch Ophthalmol. 1990, 108(9):1248-1256.

21. Kirschen D, Rosenbaum A, Weiss S. Strabismus measurement errors on (prism) alternate cover test in amblyopes with eccentric fixation. Binocular Vision and Eye Muscle Surgery. 1992, 7(3):155-158.

22. Thibos L, Kirschen D. Electronic submission of abstracts for the annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry. Optom Vis Sci 1992, 69(7):574-579.

23. Dittemore D, Crum J, Kirschen D. Comparison of fixation disparity measurements obtained with the Wesson Fixation Disparity Card and the Sheedy Disparometer. Optometry and Vision Science, 1993;70(5):414-420.

24. Laby D, Kirschen D. Dynamic stereoacuity: Preliminary results of a clinical tool for the quantitative measurement of motion in depth. Binocular Vision & Eye Muscle Surgery Qtrly, 1995;10(3):191-200.

25. Laby D, Rosenbaum A, Kirschen D, Davidson J, Rosenbaum L, Strasser C, Mellman M The visual function of professional baseball players, Am J Ophthamol, 1996;122(10):476-485.

26. Kirschen D, Laby D, 20/20 isn’t good enough for baseball players, Argus, 1997; April issue.

27. Laby D, Kirschen D, Zagelbaum B Motion Stereoscopic Vision, the Pulfrich Phenomenon, and Baseball Hitting, Archives of Ophthalmology Letters to the Editor, 1997; 115(8):1084-1085.

28. Laby D, Rosenbaum A, Kirschen D Ocular Dominance, Central, Right or Left. Binocular Vision & Eye Muscle Surgery Qtrly, 1998;13(3):165-166.

29. Laby D, Kirschen D, Rosenbaum A, Mellman M The Effect of Ocular Dominance on the Performance of Professional Baseball Players, 1998,Ophthalmology, 105(5):864-866.

30. Kirschen D, Hung C, Nakano T Comparison of Suppression, Stereoacuity, and Interocular Differences in Visual Acuity In Monovision and Acuvue Bifocal Contact Lenses, Optometry and Vision Science, 1999; 76(12):832-837.

31. Kirschen D, Laby D The Predictive Value of Visual Skills To The Performance of Professional Baseball Players, Poster, presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, December 12, 1999.

32. Laby D, Kirschen D The Relationship Between Ocular Dominance and Fixation Disparity, Poster, presented at the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Annual Meeting, April, 15, 2000.

33. Slutsky J, Wang C, Edrington T, Kirschen D A Preliminary Study On The Effects Of Monovision On Airline Pilot Landing Performance, Poster, presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, December, 9, 2000.

34. Kirschen D Getting Personnel – Practical Guidelines for Your Practice, California Optometry, 2001: 28(5):13-15.

35. Kirschen D The Special Patient: Get Started with Patients Just Getting Started… In Life, Review of Optometry, 2002: 139(1): 48-55.

36. Hinh A, Chiao L, Kirschen D The Effect of Ocular Dominance on Interocular Suppression in Monovision, Poster, presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, December 13, 2002.

37. Timbre J, Lieu T, Kirschen D A Validation of the Inverse Linear Relationship Between Interpupillary Distance and Linear Depth Interval, Poster, presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, December 14, 2002.

38. London R, Wick B, Kirschen D Post-traumatic Pseudomyopia. Optometry 2003; 74 (2):111-120.

39. Lau T, Lam D, Kirschen D The Effect of Head Tilt and Decreased Interpupillary Distance on Stereopsis, Poster, presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, December 4, 2003.

40. Laby DM, Kirschen DG, DeLand P The Effect of Laser Refractive Surgery on the On-Field Performance of Professional Baseball Players. Optometry 2005; 76(11):647-652.

41. Kirschen DG and Laby DM How to Incorporate Sports Vision Into Your Practice – Part 1. Optometric Management 2006, 41(5):67-70,95.

42. Kirschen DG and Laby DM How to Incorporate Sports Vision Into Your Practice – Part 2. Optometric Management 2006, 41(6):69-72.

43. Lam D, Lau T, Kirschen D, Laby D The Effect of Head Tilt on Stereopsis. Binocular Vision and Strabismus Quarterly 2008; 23(2nd quarter) online.

44. Kirschen D, Laby D, Kirschen M, Applegate R, Thibos L Optical Aberration in Elite Athletes, accepted by J Cat and Refract Surgery, 2009.

45. Laby D, Kirschen D, Pental P Olympic Data, in review

46. Kirschen D Pixel article Optometric Management

47. Kirschen D, Laby, D Contact Lenses or Sports: A New Ballgame. Contact Lens Spectrum, December, 2006.

48. Rajecki R, Kirschen D Sports Vision Serviced Afford patients ‘Good Game’. Optometry Times 2009,1(4):1,30-32.

BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Apt L, Kirschen D Ocular and systemic diseases of infants and children: Rosenbloom A, Morgan M, eds. Principles and Practice of Pediatric Optometry, Philadelphia. J.B. Lippincott, 1990:313-357.

2. Kirschen, D Biofeedback therapy for amblyopia: Rutstein R. ed. Problems in Optometry: Amblyopia, Philadelphia. J.B. Lippincott, 1991: 369-375.

3. Kirschen, D. The use of prism in the surgical management of acquired esotropia, Cotter S, ed. Clinical Uses of Prism - A Spectrum of Applications, St Louis. Mosby, 1995.

4. Kirschen, D Understanding Sensory Evaluation, Rosenbaum A and Santiago P eds. Clinical Strabismus Management, Philadelphia. W B Saunders, 1999:22-36.

5. Kirschen, D, J Crane Office Design, Chapter 10 in Business Aspects of Optometry, Dallas, Butterworth; 2003.

6. Thal L, Kirschen D, Shaw-McMinn P Eyecare Practice Tool Kit: St Louis, Mosby Elsevier; 2007.

7. Burns C, Kirschen D Sports Vision as a Specialty Practice Chapter XX in Business Aspects of Optometry, 3rd Ed, St Louis, Mosby Elsevier, in Press

LECTURES AND ORAL PRESENTATIONS Partial listing (1999-present)

2000 “VA Testing in Kids”

Pediatric Care Symposium, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, January 9, 2000

“Acuvue Bifocal Contact Lens for the Correction of Presbyopia”

Seminar for practicing optometrists, Dallas, TX, February 12, 2000

“The Relationship Between Ocular Dominance and Fixation Disparity”

Presented (poster) to the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus annual meeting, San Diego, CA, April, 15, 2000 (With Laby DM)

“Computer Vision Syndrome”

Seminar for the public, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, May 11, 2000

“Sports and Vision”

Senior Seminar, Southern California College of Optometry, April 25, 2000

“Two Hours With a Vision Expert”

Vision From Birth to 2 Years of Age

Computer Vision Syndrome

If You Can’t See It You Can’t Hit It

CLE lecture series, Ruby Gerentology Center at CSUF, May 30, 2000

“Specialty Soft Contact Lenses”

Great Western Council of Optometry, 2000 Congress, Portland, OR, October, 13, 2000

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2000 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, December, 7, 2000

“Hydrogel Bifocal Lenses Verses Monovision”

American Academy of Optometry Cornea and Contact Lens/Primary Care Joint Symposium, 2000 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, December 11, 2000

2001 “Visual Abilities of Professional Baseball Players”

“Effect of LASIK on Athletic Performance”

International Academy of Sports Vision Seminar, Fullerton, CA, January 21, 2001

“How and Why To Add Pediatrics To Your Practice”

Rio Hondo Optometric Society, Cerritos, CA, February 27, 2001

Primary Care Optometry Series, Fullerton, CA, March 11, 2001

“Incorporating New Contact Lens Strategies Into Your Practice”

“How To Add Pediatrics To Your Practice”

Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Annual Convention, Portland, OR, June, 9, 2001

“Visually Related Learning Problems And How They Affect Academic Performance”

Special Education Administrators, LAUSD, Lost Angeles, CA, “How and Why To Add Pediatrics To Your Practice”

San Mateo Optometric Society, September 25, 2001

“Visual Abilities of Professional Baseball Players”

“Effect of LASIK on Athletic Performance”

American Optometric Student Association Western Regional Conference, Berkeley, CA September 22. 2001

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2001 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December, 6, 2001

“Specialty Soft Contact Lenses”

American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December 7, 2001

“How To Perform A Hassle-Free Infant Exam”

American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December 8, 2001

“Visual Capabilities of Professional Baseball Players – An Update”

Winter Baseball Meetings, Boston, MA, December 9, 2001

2002 “How and Why To Add Pediatrics To Your Practice”

VWI Practice Management Seminar, Burbank, CA, September 24, 2002

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2002 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, December, 13, 2002

“How To Perform A Hassle-Free Infant Exam”

American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, December 13, 2002

2003 “How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Exam”

OSI Vision Conference, Dominican Republic, January 28, 2003

"Sensory Aspects of Amblyopia and Strabismus"

3 hour course, Jules Stein Eye Institute course in Basic Science, Los Angeles, CA, March 26, 2003

“Vision of Infants and Young Children”

CLE lecture series, Ruby Gerentology Center at CSUF, July 1, 2003

“Efficient and Effective Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Ambyopia”

Victoria Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, July 17, 2003

“Visional Capabilities of Professional Baseball Players”

Frozen Ropes Conference, New York, October 14, 2003

“What They Say, What You See, What to Do”

Clinical Science Invited Lecture, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, October 24, 2003

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2003 Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, December, 5, 2003

2004 “Acuvue Advance, Newest Technology in Daily Wear Contact Lenses”

Dinner Seminars, Orange & Los Angeles Counties, CA February 17, March 2, March 8, March 15 and May 17, 2004

"Prisms, Prescribing for Children, and Accommodation”"

3 hour course, Jules Stein Eye Institute course in Basic Science, Los Angeles, CA, November 17, 2004

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2004 Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, December, 10, 2004

“Visual Capabilities of Professional Baseball Players – An Update”

Winter Baseball Meetings, Anaheim, CA, December 11, 2004

2005 “The Business of Contact Lenses”

Vision Expo East, New York, NY, March 11, 2005

“Diagnosis and Treatment of Computer Related Vision Problems”

Expo East, New York, NY, March 11, 2005

“How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Examination”

Expo East, New York, NY, March 12, 2005

“Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism”

Dinner Seminars, Orange County, CA March 29, April 5, 2005

“Visual Capabilities of Professional Baseball Players”

Clinical Topics in Optometry, Fullerton, CA, May 22, 2005

“Add Pediatrics to Your Practice”

Clinical Topics in Optometry, Fullerton, CA, May 22, 2005

“The Visual Functions of Professional Athletes”

Monterey Symposium, Monterey, CA November 11, 2005

“How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Examination”

Monterey Symposium, Monterey, CA November 13, 2005

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2005 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, December, 8, 2005

2006 ”Computer Related Vision Problems”

Island Eyes Conference, Lahaina, HI, January 25, 2006

“Strabismus Diagnosis and Management”

Island Eyes Conference, Lahaina, HI, January 27, 2006

“Redesign Your Office for Increased Profits”

Expo East, New York, NY, March 31, 2006

“Diagnosis and Treatment of Computer Related Vision Problems”

Expo East, New York, NY, March 31, 2006

“Effective and Efficient Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

Expo East, New York, NY, March 31, 2006

“Sports Vision Lecture and Workshop”

5 hour course and workshop, New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA April 8, 2006

"Sensory Aspects of Amblyopia and Strabismus"

3 hour course, Jules Stein Eye Institute course in Basic Science, Los Angeles, CA, April 26, 2006

“Effective and Efficient Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

AOA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, June 22, 2006

“The Visual Abilities of Baseball Players”

AOA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, June 23, 2006

“Fixation Disparity and Its Role in Prescribing Spectacle Lenses for Asthenopic Patients and in Programming Vision Therapy”

Colorado Vision Summit, Steamboat Springs, CO, July 15, 2006

“How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Examination”

Colorado Vision Summit, Steamboat Springs, CO, July 15, 2006

“Diagnosis and Treatment of Computer Related Vision Problems”

Expo West, Las Vegas,NV, September 16, 2006

“Effective and Efficient Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

Expo West, New York, NY, September 16, 2006

“The Visual Abilities of Baseball Players”

Expo West, Las Vegas, NV, September 16, 2006

“Effective and Efficient Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

Michigan Optometric Association, Lancing, MI, October 5, 2006

“How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Examination”

Michigan Optometric Association, Lancing, MI, October 5, 2006

“The Visual Abilities of Baseball Players”

Monterey Symposium, November 11, 2006

“How to Perform a Hassle-Free Infant Examination”

Monterey Symposium, November 12, 2006

“Effective and Efficient Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, December 8, 2006

“Leadership and Management Compared”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2006 Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, December, 8, 2006

2007 ”The Role of Vision in Elite Athletic Performance”

American Baseball Coaches Association, Orlando, FL, January 5, 2007

“Sports Vision Performance Evaluation”

World Wide Performance Vision Council, Jacksonville, FL, January 31, 2007

“The Visual Abilities of Baseball Players”

Texas State Optometric Association, Austin, TX, February 18, 2007

“Performance Vision and Eye Safety for Athletic Trainers”

Red Sox Training Staff, Ft. Myers, FL, March 9, 2007

“Creating a Leadership Culture in Organizations”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2007 Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, October, 23, 2007

2008 “Creating a Leadership Culture in Organizations”

American Academy of Optometry Focus on Leadership Course, Fundamentals of Leadership, 2008 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, October, 22, 2008

”Visual Capabilities of Elite Athletes”

American Academy of Optometry, Anaheim, CA, October 23, 2008

“Efficient and Effective Diagnosis and Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia”

Monterey Symposium, Monterey, CA, November 14, 2008

“Fixation Disparity – A Useful Clinical Measurement in the Treatment of Binocular Vision Anomalies”

Monterey Symposium, Monterey, CA, November 14, 2008

2009 “Visual Capabilites of Elite Athletes”

Clee program CSUF, Fullerton, CA, February 25, 2009

“Anterior segment imaging”

Vision Expo, New York, March 27, 2009

“Fundus Photography”

Vision Expo, New York, March 28, 2009

“Visual Capabilites of Elite Athletes”

COA Optiwest, Desert Springs, CA, April 5, 2009

“Co-management of Amblyopia and Strabismus in the Pediatric Population”

COA Optiwest, Desert Springs, CA, April 4, 2009

“Performance Vision” AOA Meeting, Washington DC, June 25, 2009

“Sport Vision Evaluation” AOA Meeting, Washington DC, June 27, 2009

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