Published Academic Articles
Below is a collection of some of our published articles detailing the positive effect of the use of prismatic lenses in the relief of the typical symptoms caused by Binocular Vision Dysfunction (Vertical Heterophoria).
Binocular Vision Correction for the Treatment of Vestibular Symptoms
Authors: Debby L. Feinberg, Mark S. Rosner
Published online: November 2, 2016, Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA).
Vertical Heterophoria Treatment Ameliorates Headache, Dizziness and Anxiety
Authors: Debby L. Feinberg, Mark S. Rosner, Arthur J. Rosner
Poster presentation at the American Academy of Optometry Annual meeting, November 10, 2016
Treatment of vertical heterophoria ameliorates persistent post-concussive symptoms: A retrospective analysis utilizing a multi-faceted assessment battery
Authors: Mark S. Rosner, Debby L. Feinberg, Jennifer E. Doble & Arthur J. Rosner
Published in the journal Brain Injury, February 2016.
Dizziness Ameliorated With Prism Treatment of Vertical Heterophoria
Poster presentation at the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgeons Annual Meeting, September 2012
Chronic headache amelioration with prismatic lens treatment of vertical heterophoria
Poster presented at the American Headache Society 54th Annual Scientific Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, June 2012
A Retrospective Analysis of Vertical Heterophoria Treatment and Amelioration of Post-Concussive Disorder Symptoms Utilizing a Multifaceted Assessment Battery
Poster presentation at the 9th World Congress on Brain Injury, Edinburgh, Scotland March 2012
Identification of Binocular Vision Dysfunction (Vertical Heterophoria) in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients and Effects of Individualized Prismatic Spectacle Lenses in the Treatment of Post-concussive Symptoms: A Retrospective Analysis
Published in the PM&R Journal, April 2010
Prism vs. Prozac: A Novel Approach to the Amelioration of Anxiety
Poster Presentation at the Anxiety Disorders of America Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, April 2012