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Learning, Looking and Seeing: “How Osteopathy and Optometry Collaborate to Improve Children’s Vision and School Performance”.

  23 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020
  09:00 - 17:30
  Aeroparc Gilze-Rijen
  English
Teachers:  Els Hellebaut DO,  Dr. Valenti,  

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COURSE OBJECTIVE:

“Zicht en zien zijn twee verschillende begrippen; zicht is aangeboren, zien gebeurt op cerebraal niveau en is de verwerking van het zicht.”

Dit seminarie nodigt u uit om een nieuwe visie te ontwikkelen op de relatie tussen visuele ontwikkeling bij kinderen en gerelateerde lees-en leerstoornissen. Tijdens deze opleiding zal de osteopaat een duidelijker beeld krijgen op de visueel motorische ontwikkeling van baby tot het schoolgaande kind en zijn rol in dit proces. Tegelijkertijd zal duidelijk worden hoe osteopathie en optometrie kunnen samenwerken om een optimaal resultaat te bereiken bij kinderen met visuele ontwikkelingsstoornissen.

(This seminar gives the osteopath,optometrist and vision therapist a practical clinical understanding of the vision development of children, from infancy through 17 years old. Detailed visual conditions of concern at each stage are presented with emphasis placed on diagnosing and treating the visual problems affecting learning in school and success in sports. The participants in this seminar will gain a deeper understanding how optometry and osteopathy can work together to insure the best possible outcomes. )

Dr. Claude A. Valenti

Claude A. Valenti, O.D., F.C.O.V.D., is director of the Optometric Vision Development Center in La Jolla, California. The Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of functional and perceptual vision problems.

GRADUATED FROM RUTGERS UNIVERSITY IN 1976, AND FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY

THE KNIGHT-HENRY MEMORIAL AWARD THE E.B. ALEXANDER FELLOWSHIP IN VISUAL TRAINING AT THE GESELL INSTITUTE IN NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT,

SINCE 1982, DR. VALENTI HAS BEEN FULLY INVOLVED IN THE LA JOLLA PRACTICE. HE SERVED ON CALIFORNIA STATE LEGISLATURE COMMITTEES DEALING WITH THE ISSUES OF CHILDREN AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. HE HAS LECTURED INTERNATIONALLY ON ALL TOPICS OF BEHAVIORAL VISION CARE AS IT RELATES TO THE TOPICS OF INFANT VISION GUIDANCE,

AUTHOR OF SEVERAL PUBLICATIONS INCLUDING THE BOOK, THE FULL SCOPE OF RETINOSCOPY

Els Juliette Hellebaut, DO

Els Hellebaut, DO, is the founder of the Paramedisch Centrum Deurle. In this Center a paramedical team of Physical therapists, osteopaths, remedial education specialists, and midwives focus on a collaborative approach with the patient as focal point with special emphasis on infants and children.

DIPLOMA OF GRADUATE IN KINESITHERAPY GRADUATED WITH DO DIPLOMA IN OSTEOPATHY

POSTGRADUATE COURSES BY DR. V. FRYMANN AT THE ECOLE SUPÉRIEURE D’OSTÉOPATHIE (ESO) IN PARIS

WORKING IN THE PRACTICE OF DR. V. FRYMANN IN THE OSTEOPATHIC CENTER FOR CHILDREN IN SAN DIEGO, CA. & OF DR. VALENTI, WHICH GAVE HER SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE WITH FUNCTIONAL OPTOMETRY. CONTINIOUS WORK WITH BABIES AND CHILDREN GAVE HER EVEN MORE EXPERIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE ANATOMY AN NEURO-ANATOMY OF THE CHILD. HER TREATMENT IS BASED ON A HOLLISTIC VIEW OF THE CHILD AND NOT THE DIAGNOSE.

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Fascia at Sea

‘Where science meets manual medicine’

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