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Detection Tips & Tricks for the Primary Care Doc: Efficient screening for oculomotor dysfunction and asking the right questions

Neuro-Optometry
COPE
76174-NO
Exp: 12/21/2024
Credit Hours: 1
$22.00 USD

Course Description

Oculomotor and BV dysfunction is common in vision related learning difficulty and concussion. This course explains how in-clinic simple and rapid screening can determine need for further work-up.

The learning objectives of this course are:

  • To summarize the usefulness of four rapid and easy to administer tests in a primary care setting.
  • To discuss how to interpret the findings of these 4 rapid tests (i.e., they are fast tests, but one has to know what to look for)
  • Show recordings of real-life cases in the clinic.
  • Ensure individuals who take this course recognize signs and symptoms of OMD and BV dysfunction to enable appropriate triage / treatment to follow. 

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