Corporate Vision Consulting LECTURES - ADVICE - EVALUATIONS While we rely tremendously on our eyes, often we take them for granted. It is only when our vision becomes impaired that we fully realize the degree to which we depend on these complex parts of our bodies. Vision problems are mostly slow to develop and painless, so it is our job to forestall any significant vision issues. When you are seeking an optometrist, it is important to find properly trained and conscientious professionals with the most up-to-date knowledge and equipment.
Vision is our most precious sense. Our eyes are in constant use every waking minute of every day. The way we use our eyes can determine how well we learn, work and perform throughout our lifetime. Over eighty percent of our learning is mediated through our eyes, indicating the important role our vision plays in our daily activities. The way we use our eyes in our daily routine has changed dramatically over the past number of years. More and more tasks are done at a close viewing distance, on digital displays, and we are working under a variety of workplace conditions. Our visual system must adapt to these changes in order for us to function to our maximum potential.
This website is not a substitute for an eye exam. Dr. Anshel has over 40 years of experience in helping people see better, work with comfort and maintain healthy eyes throughout their lifetime. He offers this information to help you work with your eyecare professional so that you and the doctor can make the right decisions about your eye concerns. While Dr. Anshel has experience in all aspects of eyecare, he dedicated this site to two aspects of visual well-being: Digital display use (i.e., computer viewing) and nutrition for eye health.
Dr. Anshel offers lectures and seminars to various professional groups and organizations on a variety of topics related to vision health and comfort. Feel free to contact him directly through this site and he will return your inquiry in a timely manner.