Douglas W. Stephey, O.D., M.S. is a full-service eye and vision care provider in Southern California and is a sought-after conference speaker, educator, and passionate advocate for patients diagnosed with ADHD, parents with a child that lands on the Autistic spectrum, and students in special education.
This podcast will educate you about common eye problems, how nutrition plays is a key role in your vision health, what exactly is 20/20 vision and why seeing 20/20 is not enough to move, look, and listen through your life with ease.
Dyscalculia: Things Just Don't Add Up
Dr. Doug Stephey welcomes back Neurologist, John Stein, MD, to discuss definitively what this diagnosis is and how it relates to our ancient estimating counting system known as subitizing.
Gorillas in Our Midst- Inattentional Blindness
Dr. Stephey and Dr Chabris will be discussing the topic of in-attentional blindness and how our intuitions deceive us.
The Bonnie Prudden Way of Myotherapy
Enid Whittaker of the Bonnie Prudden Myotherapy Institute to discuss the Kraus Weber tests of minimum fitness, trigger points, and myotherapy techniques.
41 Traumatic Brain Injury - When Brains Collide
Developmental Optometrist Dr. Doug Stephey welcomes Dr. Michael Lewis, the author of the book titled When Brains Collide, for a discussion regarding how a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is defined.
40 Magnocellular Vision- Visual Aspects of Dyslexia, Part 3
Oxford University Professor and Neurologist, Dr. John Stein, joins Dr. Stephey to continue a discussion regarding the genetics of the magnocellular system and dyslexia and the advantages of being dyslexic.
39 Magnocellular Vision- Visual Aspects of Dyslexia with Oxford University Neurologist Dr. John Stein, Part 2
Professor John Stein, a neurologist, from Oxford University re-joins Developmental Optometrist Dr. Doug Stephey for part 2 of a comprehensive discussion regarding the role of the magnocellular visual system as it relates to, not only dyslexia but, a number of other diagnoses as well. Additional topics include how the magnocellular system is not limited to the visual system but a number of other systems as well such as auditory, motor, cerebellar, kinesthetic, and proprioceptive.
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Amazing source of information! I’m an OT and am learning so much important information that I can use to help my clients. I am also sending my clients links to the podcast so they can inform themselves!