Consulting is dedicated to assisting you in comfortably using a computer without
straining your eyes.
We do this in a
number of ways:
Founder of Corporate Vision Consulting
President and Founding
Director, Ocular Nutrition Society
Jeffrey R. Anshel, a native of Chicago, graduated from the Illinois College
of Optometry in 1975. During his school career he served a President of "Vision
Project," a community service organization that served indigent neighborhoods
with free vision screenings, and was listed in Who's Who in American Colleges
and Universities, 1974.
Dr. Anshel served
as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy from 1975-77 in San Diego, California where
he established the Navy's first vision therapy center. In 1978, he opened a
practice for Holistic Optometry at the Center For Total Health in Solana Beach,
California. It was in this environment where he first offered his patients nutritional
counseling, vision therapy, color therapy, acupressure, and other alternatives
in vision care. He has written articles regarding nutritional influences on
vision and stress factors that affect visual performance.
In 1984, Dr. Anshel
opened a general practice in Cardiff, California, where he combined his traditional
and alternative vision care techniques to offer his patients a full range of
services. He then opened a second office in Del Mar in 1988. He was listed in
Who's Who Among Young Professionals in California in 1986 and 1987. He has been
a visiting lecturer at the Santa Fe College of Natural Medicine in Santa Fe,
New Mexico, and has been on the advisory board of the National Iridology Research
latest venture, called Corporate Vision Consulting, addresses the high
stress area of vision demands in relation to working with computers. His on-site
lectures and worksite inspections incorporating personal advice allow people
who work with computers daily to avoid eye and vision problems. Dr. Anshel offers
lectures and seminars to various groups and organizations on a variety of topics
related to vision health and comfort.
In 1990, Dr. Anshel
published his first book entitled "Healthy Eyes,
Better Vision; Everyday Eyecare for the Whole Family". This easy to
understand vision "encyclopedia" contains 14 chapters of useful information
and practical advice regarding complete vision care topics. His second book,
entitled "Visual Ergonomics in the Workplace"
addresses the concern of vision stress with computer use. His third book is
entitled, "Smart Medicine For Your Eyes",
which was released in June 1999. This book offers traditional and alternative
options for dealing with eye and vision problems, including nutrition, herbs
and homeopathic treatments. Dr. Anshel has recently released his fourth book,
"Visual Ergonomics Handbook" which focuses
on vision and eyecare issues in both the office and industrial settings. The
book's multidisciplinary chapter authors give a wide range coverage of issues
and presents the information that is both straightforward and technical.
Dr. Anshel has
returned to his roots and is now lecturing to the lay public and eyecare professionals
on "Smart Medicine For Your Eyes". These presentations are designed
to offer information on how to address visual deficiencies and eye diseases
using nutritional support. Look for Dr. Anshel's lecture presentation calendar
in the Seminars section of this web site. Dr. Anshel
is also the President of the Ocular Nutrition Society where he offers education
to eyecare professionals in the area of nutrition for vision.
He was listed in
the Who's Who Registry of Global Business Leaders in 1993 and Who's Who in the
West in 1995. He as recently been appointed an Assistant Professor at the Southern
California College of Optometry in Fullerton, CA. It is here where he has taught
students and faculty about Computer Vision Syndrome and has been the force behind
a new computer vision center in the patient care clinic. Dr. Anshel currently
maintains a full service Optometric practice in Carlsbad, California and resides
in Encinitas, California.
Anshel's Curriculum Vitae / Resume
Anshel's speaking schedule for this year