Dr. Stan Appelbaum
Dr. Bryce Appelbaum
Metro Washington DC
Dr. Neil W. Draisin
Dr. Jennifer S. Zolman
Dr. Gary Etting
Los Angeles, CA
Dr. Dan Fortenbacher
Dr. Carl G. Hillier
Metro San Diego
Dr. Carole Hong
San Fransisco Peninsula
Dr. Dan Press
Dr. Leonard J. Press
Metro New York
Dr. Barry M. Tannen
Hamilton Square, NJ
Dr. Nancy Torgerson
Shown in photo, from left to right: Dr. Dan Press, Dr. Stan Appelbaum, Dr. Bryce Appelbaum, Dr Leonard Press, Dr. Carole Hong, Dr. Carl Hillier, Dr Melissa Hillier, Dr Dan Fortenbacher, Dr. Gary Etting, Dr. Nancy Torgerson,Dr Barry Tannen, Dr. Jennifer Smith, Dr. Neil Draisin
Dr. Dan Fortenbacher O.D. FCOVD
Wow Vision Therapy
2908 Division Street
St. Joseph, Michigan 49085
Read these important reports by Dr. Fortenbacher:
Dr. Fortenbacher received his Doctor of Optometry from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University in 1979. He is a Board Certified Fellow of COVD and lectures extensively on developmental vision and vision therapy. Dr. Fortenbacher was an examiner for the International Examination and Certification Board of COVD from 1999 to 2004. He has served in several leadership positions for the profession on the state and national level. He was elected President of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development in 2007-08. In addition to his private practice in St. Joseph, Michigan, which is dedicated to vision therapy, Dr. Fortenbacher is a Clinical Professor with the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University.
- Private Practice Residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation (Optometric Education Volume 36, Number 2 / Winter/Spring 2011 [PDF Format]
Specialized Vision Care Services include:
- Neuro-Optometric Vision Evaluations
- Binocular Vision Examinations
- Visual Perceptual Assessments
- Sensory Motor, Amblyopia & Strabismus Evaluations
- Behavioral Optometric Vision Therapy
- Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation
- Sports Vision
- Therapy for Visual Problems Affecting Learning
Your Visual System
Evaluating eye health and maximizing eyesight is important and is a part of your primary care doctor's emphasis. Beyond this, we are concerned about the patient's visual system and how it relates to human development, individual performance and overall quality of life.
- An expanded assessment of eye teaming (binocular vision), eye movement control (oculomotor function) and eye focusing abilities (accommodation).
- Evaluation of developmental skills in visual information processing skills/visual perceptual-motor system.
- Vision in relationship to attention, learning and activities in daily living.
- Preventative care to help avoid visual problems.
- Coordinating care with other professionals to attain maximum benefit for the patient.