One must understand that sight is not the same thing as vision,” Dr. Seiderman continued, “Sight is done with the eyes, but vision occurs in the brain. That is why you can see perfectly but still experience problems
September 19, 2017
Dr. Arthur Seiderman, O.D., M.A., F.A.A.O., F.C.O.V.D., and Board Certified Behavioral Optometrist, and the Vision Development Center of Lancaster (https://helpaddvisiontherapy.com) announce two upcoming seminars for those with difficulty in the areas of concentration, learning, and understanding as well as ADD and ADHD. The seminars will be held in November of this year and are open to the public. The first will be held at Shady Maple on Thursday, November 16 from 7 to 9 pm, with the second seminar scheduled at The Eden Resort on Monday, November 20, from 7 to 9 pm.
These seminars are designed to meet the needs of those suffering from lack of motivation, low self-esteem, difficulty reading or concentrating, and those struggling with ADD or ADHD who are frustrated in school or work, have issues with letter or word reversal, and headaches or eye pain during periods of sustained concentration. Dr. Seiderman has spent his lifetime researching these issues and now he shares his knowledge to successfully change the lives of those experiencing these symptoms with his world-renowned drug-free, non-invasive, natural treatments.
At the seminars, Dr. Seiderman will introduce and explain his revolutionary non-invasive natural therapy program, which has been successfully used around the world to treat children, teens, and adults, improving their concentration, learning, and comprehension. Dr. Seiderman’s vision therapy techniques have proven 90 percent successful in treating adults with comparable results in children, as patients’ performance improves and testing reveals objective results.
Dr. Seiderman explains, “Many optometrists never test to see if your eyes work together, they are only checking to make sure you can see clearly. One must understand that sight is not the same thing as vision,” Dr. Seiderman continued, “Sight is done with the eyes, but vision occurs in the brain. That is why you can see perfectly but still experience problems.”
Often times, children, teens, and adults with ADD, ADHD, Autism, and other learning…