Mind-Eye Featured in the News Media
Newspapers and television stations throughout the country have been reporting on the work of the Mind-Eye Institute. Read the articles below to learn more about what the Mind-Eye Institute is doing to pioneer change in how optometric evaluations are performed in the 21st Century.
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Mind•Eye Media: Carla D. Adams, ‘Wants More for Patients;’ Joins Mind-Eye Institute Behavioral and developmental optometrist Carla Adams, M.Ed., OD, FCOVD, left retail optometry to open her own practice and create an “alternative vision clinic.” Dr. Adams says she...
Mind•Eye Media: ‘Brain’ Glasses Play Critical Role in Recovery from PTSD Retina Has Major Impact on Brain Function, Mind-Eye Founder Says Use of therapeutic “brain” eyeglasses to modify the frequency, amount and direction of light on the retina can often help...
Mind•Eye Media: Cellphone Use Leads to Thinking: Eye Testing is Outdated I flew to Boston, caught a bus to New Hampshire, then shared a car ride to my destination, all the while noticing how the fellow passengers kept their eyes – and conscious attention --...
Society for Neuroscience 2019 Conference: Z-Bell℠ Effective for Evaluating Eye-Ear Integration, Spatial Awareness
Mind•Eye Media: Society for Neuroscience 2019 Conference: Z-Bell Effective for Evaluating Eye-Ear Integration, Spatial Awareness SEEING is ‘BELL’IEVING; STUDY ‘RINGS’ TRUEReaching out – with eyes closed – to find and touch a small, ringing bell is a simple, but...
Mind•Eye Media: ‘Eye Testing Shifting from 20/20 Acuity to Brain Care’ NORA Presentation Time for an Update After 150 years, Mind-Eye Institute Founder SaysEvaluating patients differently by shifting from “20th century eye care” to “21st century brain care” was the...
Mind•Eye Media: Learning Struggles Often Due to Eye-Ear Coordination Mind-Eye Team Calls for Updated Testing of Children’s Visual ProcessingFailure to test how well eyesight and listening ability are coordinated is causing many children to struggle in the...
Mind•Eye Media: 150-Year-Old Eye Testing Needs Update for Today’s Classroom Well Integrated Visual Skills Critical to Learning SuccessMy presentation a few weeks ago to optometrists and occupational therapists attending the national Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation...
Mind•Eye Media: Revelations on a Treadmill Thinking About Dashboards, Measurements, and the Mind-Eye InstituteSometimes, the most average – even mundane – of everyday activities, such as checking into a hotel or pulling luggage through an airport terminal, can get me...
Mind•Eye Media: ‘It’s Not Work When You Love What You Do’ 100-Year-Old Optometrist Still Sees Patients; Earns National AwardHe may have turned 100 years old earlier this year, but optometrist Daniel Nast Jr., O.D., of the Mind-Eye Institute in Northbrook, Ill.,...
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'Dr. Zelinsky Is Renowned'
~ Norman Doidge, M.D. & Clark Elliott, Ph.D., and Patricia S. Lemer praise her accomplishments
"Zelinsky fit Elliott with a series of eyeglasses designed to improve the perceptual damage that made his life so difficult... Getting fitted for Zelinsky's eyeglasses is like no eye appointment you've ever had... Now, Elliott says, he is almost entirely symptom-free, able to problem-solve, multi-task and find his way easily — all abilities he lost in the auto accident in 1999. When he put on his Phase VI glasses he felt something that he hadn't felt for years: "I felt normal."
Review: 'The Ghost in My Brain'
- The Chicago Tribune
"One brilliant Chicago-area optometrist I know, Deborah Zelinsky OD, FNORA, FCOVD, has developed a unique, patented, easy-to-administer evaluation called the Z-Bell Test. This test measures the efficiency of integration between visual processing and listening....A 2014 study at Vanderbilt University found that children with autism do not synchronize their seeing and hearing...I have watched Dr. Zelinsky administer this test to disbelieving colleagues, who were astounded by its accuracy and results...Over the past two decades, the Z-Bell Test has become internationally recognized by the scientific community.”
- Patricia S. Lemer, Licensed Profesional Counselor (LPC)
"I visited Dr. Zelinsky, and she showed me how she can use optical lenses to alter sensory filtering, by directing light to different retinal cells and brain circuits. This can influence activity in the brain and the hypothalamus to better regulate body chemistry, sensory integration, and even some auditory processing. [Dr. Zelinsky] works frequently with patients working with learning and cognitive disorders as well as TBIs."
- Norman Doidge, M.D.
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