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Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

News for April

We have 2 news items to share! Each quarter, Eye Care Associates provides the opportunity for third and fourth year optometry school students to work alongside our doctors and learn from our practice. Our interns are also involved in our vision therapy program and are excited to work with our...

We are Working with Sabina Poudel on Myopia Research!

Researchers from the The State University of New York recorded eye movements during reading and walking and found that we move our eyes less while reading. Their results suggest that reading may not activate neural pathways as much as walking — and help explain how reading may contribute to the risk of #myopia (nearsightedness)....

The team is off to COVD 2023 in Toronto

The team is going to COVD 2023 in Toronto this April.

May Music Madness Event

We're excited to share that two of our vision therapists are trained music teachers and are excited to celebrate this unique combination of skills at our May Music Madness event. On Saturday, May 6th, we invite you to a special opportunity to explore the wonders of music and how it...

What is BrainTap Therapy?

BrainTap therapy utilizes light and sound technology as a distinctive type of meditation aimed at soothing the mind, minimizing stress, and enhancing general well-being.

Albany Northeast Study Group

We recently participated in the Albany Northeast Study Group in March. The group included Drs. Grygier, Nizami, Ngo, Decker, and Schulman, who all brought their unique perspectives and expertise to the event on the importance of eye exams and the benefits of vision therapy. Through informative discussions and engaging presentations,...

EyeCare Associates’ Busy Month: Supporting Residents and Providing Occupational Vision Screenings

EyeCare Associates in Connecticut supported residents and provided on-site occupational vision screenings for employees of Pitney Bowes, emphasizing the importance of regular vision checks.

The Solution for Hard-to-Fit Eyes: Scleral Lenses

If you can't wear standard contact lenses because of keratoconus or corneal aberrations, scleral lenses could be the answer.

The Link Between High Myopia and Serious Eye Diseases

High myopia – severe nearsightedness – is associated with an increased risk of serious eye diseases such as retinal detachment, glaucoma, and cataracts.

New Lecture: Improving Diagnosis and Treatment using Multisensory information

At the annual COVD meeting, Dr. Schulman will be co-presenting on the topic: Improving Diagnosis and Treatment using Multisensory information Saturday, April 29th 8:00am-10:30am Presented By: Dr. Randy L. Schulman and Dr. Celia Hinrichs About the class: The latest neurological research indicates that we learn more effectively with multisensory integration...
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