Dr. Robin Sapossnek
- 1981 - B.S. from Queens College of City University of New York
- 1981 - Issued O.D.(Doctor of Optometry) from State University of New York, State College of Optometry
- 1981 Licensed to practice optometry in the State of Pennsylvania 1981
- 1996 F.C.O.V.D. (Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development)
- 1998 License to practice optometry expanded to include the use of therapeutic pharmaceutical agents
- Continuing Education - minimum of 35 hours a year
APPROACH and TREATMENT
My staff and I are proud to offer you a holistic, functional
approach to vision care. Symptoms that are especially helped
by this approach include: eyestrain, headaches, excessive
blinking and rubbing of the eyes, avoidance of reading,
falling asleep easily when reading, double vision, changing
vision, poor handwriting, poor spelling, miss copying from
the blackboard at school, poor depth perception, lazy and
crossed eyes and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
Together, we work out a treatment plan that meets your
We offer vision and eye health examinations where we consider
your lifestyle, work and play habits, nutrition including supplement
intake, and general health. We offer general nutritional counseling,
stress relieving lenses and vision exercises, in addition to providing
professionally fit eyeglasses and contact lenses. For children with
learning challenges we offer visual perceptual testing and training.
Often children and adults labeled as having Attention Deficit
Disorder (ADD or ADHD) have visual attention problems that are
amenable to vision training exercises. We offer a developmental
approach to lazy eye (amblyopia) and crossed-eyes (strabismus),
which often includes vision training exercises.
Dr. Sapossnek holds seminars where she discusses her
integrative model of vision care and how it relates to
vision and school performance, Attention Deficit Disorder,
computer use and eye health.
Dr. Robin Sapossnek