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Mind-Eye Response to Article in The Atlantic

Mind•Eye Media: Mind-Eye Response to Article in The Atlantic Dear Editor: The November 27, 2019 article headlined, The Great American Eye-Exam Scam, actually perpetuates an outdated concept – that eyeglasses are merely appliances to enhance eyesight clarity. Nothing,...

Nothing ‘Puzzling’ About the Role of ‘Vision’ in Visionary

Mind•Eye Media: Nothing ‘Puzzling’ About the Role of ‘Vision’ in Visionary Do our newsletter readers recall the 1,000-piece Netherlands jigsaw puzzle I was putting together last month and that prompted me to consider all the visual skills needed to accomplish the...

Pastor’s Vertigo Gives Hope to Police Officer with PTSD

Mind•Eye Success Story: Pastor’s Vertigo Gives Hope to Police Officer with PTSD   Kyle Hein, Who Also Suffered Brain Injury, Finds Relief at Mind-EyeThe local church can be a source of hope. So, it was for Kyle Hein of Michigan, a former police officer who was first...

‘Hope for HIE’ Not Just the Name of a Facebook Group

Mind•Eye Media: ‘Hope for HIE’ Not Just the Name of a Facebook Group Mind-Eye’s Approaches Give Hope to Parents of Babies with Injured Brains “Hope for HIE.” It’s more than simply the name of a Facebook group for parents of infants with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy...

Mind-Eye Response to Article in Indianapolis Star

Mind•Eye Media: Mind-Eye Response to Article in Indianapolis Star Dear Editor: The December 2 article by Shari Rudavsky concerning nearsightedness in children misses two critical points. First, eyeglasses are not primarily appliances for achieving 20/20 clarity, even...

Dr. Zelinsky Radio Interview on “Live with Rudi Bakhtiar”

Mind•Eye Media: Dr Zelinsky Radio Interview on “Live with Rudi Bakhtiar” Dr. Zelinsky was recently a guest on the live radio show “Live with Rudi Bakhtiar” on Los Angeles' KIRN 670 AM to discuss the advanced methods for assessing brain function with Neuro-Optometric...

Response to the Hallmark Channel Movie

Mind•Eye Media: Response to the Hallmark Channel Movie As a loyal Hallmark Christmas movie viewer for the past 10 years and a practicing optometrist for more than 30 years, I was truly disappointed with the inappropriate and false nuances and references to...

2019 Holiday Message From Mind-Eye President, Zemen Abebe

Mind•Eye Media: 2019 Holiday Message From Mind-Eye President:Zemen Abebe I would like to extend a heartfelt “THANK YOU” to all of you, our MEI team, for your hard work, dedication and support. As a mission-driven Institute with ​a campaign to provide advanced 21s​ t​...

Internet Signal on Beach Puts Him on Road to Recovery

Success Stories: Internet Signal on Beach Puts Him on Road to Recovery  Mind-Eye Institute Helps Return Brain-Injured Patient to Person He was “She is still in business,” Michael Warnecke’s wife, Alycia, yelled excitedly from the only point on the beach at Priest...

Nothing ‘Puzzling’ About It; ‘Vision’ More Than Just Eyesight

Mind•Eye Media: Nothing ‘Puzzling’ About It; ‘Vision’ More Than Just Eyesight   Jigsaw Pieces Prompt Reflection on Critical Role of Retinal Processing  What makes my new jigsaw puzzle from the Netherlands especially challenging is that the picture on the box cover...

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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.

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