With visual symptoms occuring in fifty to ninety percent of workers using computers, this practical guide provides careful diagnosis and treatment of visual conditions which can cause visual syndromes. This authoritative text further provides an assessment of the visual ergonomics of a patient's work station, and makes suggestions to reduce the visual demands of a task.
"Diagnosing and Treating Computer-Related Vision Problems is a well-written, easy to read text that addresses the modern day visual concerns of the computer-user patient. This book is a valuable resource and practical guide for the eye care practitioner who is commonly faced with patients who exhibit computer-related vision disorders. Likewise, this text is recommended for the student who wishes to learn the latest diagnostic and management techniques for patients with problems related to computer usage." - Optometry and Vision Science - 2003Back To Top
By James E. Sheedy, OD, PhD, Professor of Optometry, The Ohio State University College of Optometry, Columbus, OH; and Peter G. Shaw-McMinn, OD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Science, Southern California College of Optometry, Fullerton, CABack To Top
1. Computer Vision Syndrome 2. Positioning Your Practice to Care for Computer-User Patients 3. Signs and Symptoms of Computer Vision Problems 4. Diagnosing and Treating Refractive Errors for Computer Users 5. Diagnosis and Treatment of Accommodative and Binocular Conditions 6. Presbyopia and Computer Use 7. Treating Ocular Pathological Conditions that Affect Computer Vision 8. Lighting 9. Reflections from the Computer Display 10. Computer Displays 11. Optimum Workstation Arrangements 12. The ECP as a Consultant providing Workplace Evaluations 13. Assisting Children and Low Vision Patients in the Use of Computers 14. Marketing Yourself as a Computer Vision SpecialistBack To Top