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‘Brain’ Glasses Play Critical Role in Recovery from PTSD

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 Helps 14-Year-Old Overcome Limitations of Rare Klippel-Feil Syndrome

Success Stories: Mind-Eye Helps 14-Year-Old Overcome Limitations of Rare Klippel-Feil Syndrome ‘Brain’ Glasses Give Her Confidence; Now She’s Top PitcherBorn with a rare skeletal abnormality – Klippel-Feil syndrome – which inhibits neck and head movement, Josslen...

She Overcame Learning Issues; Now Helps Others Do Same

Success Stories: She Overcame Learning Issues; Now Helps Others Do Same  Mind-Eye Institute Puts Erika on Path to Master’s Degree, Teaching CareerShe struggled with learning disorders during most of her school years. Now, Erika Cannon is a successful middle-school...

Cellphone Use Leads to Thinking: Eye Testing is Outdated

Mind•Eye Media: Cellphone Use Leads to Thinking: Eye Testing is Outdated    I flew to Boston, caught a bus to New Hampshire, then shared a car ride to my destination, all the while noticing how the fellow passengers kept their eyes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...

‘Eye Testing Shifting from 20/20 Acuity to Brain Care’ NORA Presentation

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...

Her Struggles ‘All in Her Head,’ But She Wasn’t ‘Losing It’

Success Stories: Her Struggles ‘All in Her Head,’ But She Wasn’t ‘Losing It’ Mind-Eye Institute Gives Brain-Injured Woman ‘My Life Back’Lee-Ann Pullar of Durham, New Hampshire first considered her health struggles as possibly “all in my head.” What she didn’t know...

Learning Struggles Often Due to Eye-Ear Coordination

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...

From ‘Barely Able to Read’ to Doctoral Dissertation

Success Stories: From ‘Barely Able to Read’ to Doctoral Dissertation Mind-Eye Institute ‘Brain’ Glasses Helping Her ‘Return to Person I Was’She went from hardly being able to read and recall information to completing a doctoral dissertation in a way appropriate for...

Using the Z-bell Test to Remediate Spatial Deficiencies in Non-Image-Forming Retinal Processing

Mind-Eye RESEARCH: Using the Z-bell℠ Test to Remediate Spatial Deficiencies in Non-Image-Forming Retinal Processing  By Clark Elliott [1], Cynthia Putnam [1], Deborah Zelinsky [2], Daniel Spinner [1], Silpa Vipparti [1] and Abhinit Parelkar [1] [1] DePaul University,...

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The Mind-Eye Institute was established in 2018 to expand Dr. Deborah Zelinsky’s ground-breaking clinical applications and studies, which are significantly enhancing scientific understanding of how manipulation of light entering through the eye’s retina can impact brain function, nerve pathways and body chemistry.

The goal ultimately is to benefit the millions of patients who now struggle with symptoms from brain injuries including concussions, learning problems and other neurological disorders that are not able to be helped sufficiently with standard treatments.

The Institute team is particularly focused on helping patients rebuild brain pathways or develop new pathways to enhance their ability to learn, understand and interact normally with others. Some of the challenges are from a diagnosis of autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD and ADHD), dyslexia, dyscalculia, auditory processing disorder, and visual perceptual/visual motor deficits. The Mind-Eye Institute emphasizes linkages, rather than separate processing systems.

To date, our work has positively impacted many lives – those of children and adults — but, to continue being successful, the Mind-Eye Institute needs your financial support.

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