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The author of this book Amy Chang, has plowed a path in the acquired brain injury and vision rehabilitation sector. As a neuro optometrist, she developed a vision rehabilitation clinic in the US Army at Womack Army Medical Center, serving wounded soldiers who suffered visual deficits after traumatic brain injury.

This book introduces the concept of neurovision rehabilitation by addressing the components of the visual system: visual acuity, visual field, accommodation, fixation, pursuits, saccades, binocular vision (fusion, stereopsis, vergence) and visual perception, and their specific roles in the visual system. By laying out the components for effective vision therapy, it sets the framework for the essentials.

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Julie Shalhoub
Julie Shalhoub currently serves as a clinical instructor at Southern College of Optometry, supervising student clinicians in Pediatrics and Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation services. She graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry in 2015. During her time at IUSO, she served as the student government president, honor council chair, and assisted in teaching several clinical laboratories. Following graduation, Dr. Shalhoub completed a one-year residency in Pediatrics and Vision Therapy at Southern College of Optometry.

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