Had the pleasure of blogging about Dr. Singman a couple of years ago (https://visionhelp.wordpress.com/2016/01/12/neuro-ophthalmology-and-mtbi/) and glad to see this new piece by Dr. Quaid on his collaboration.
An introduction for Eric Singman, MD, PhD (Neuro-Ophthalmologist), upcoming speaker at the COVD 2019 Annual Meeting. Join us for his presentation of “A Neuro-ophthalmology Perspective of Concussion and Neuro-visual Rehabilitation” next April in Kansas City, Missouri!
By: Patrick Quaid, MCOptom, FCOVD, PhD
Let me introduce you to one of the most intelligent–yet one of the most humble–people I have ever met: Dr. Eric Singman. He is a true scholar and gentleman, who I am proud to also call a friend and trusted colleague. Dr. Singman follows where the research evidence leads, but (more importantly) he has a razor-sharp clinical acumen and a keen eye (excuse the pun) for therapy approaches that “just make sense”. He has no political agendas other than “just fix the patient,” and openly supports optometric vision therapy.
Eric and I met through a mutual occupational therapy colleague over six years ago (Elizabeth…
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