The eye-brain connection provides a unique way of influencing and modulating all the interrelated systems of the body. These systems of the body modulate and influence visual perception as well. For instance, when a person is stressed or fatigued, their visual awareness can shrink. In other words there are neural pathways, the eye-brain connection, from the eyes and brain to the body and from the body back to the eyes and brain.
To perceive the world in the most balanced and complete manner you are capable of is a precious thing. I am dedicated to improving a person’s visual perceptual abilities, their eye-brain connection, by improving their health and wellness.
Having studied optometry, nutrition, functional healthcare and neurology for the last 30 years, I have been able to take a holistic approach to vision and overall health.
I have completed hundreds of hours of continuing education in vision and clinical nutrition with some of the brightest clinicians in the country and I am able to analyze and provide effective therapies for people who suffer from a wide range of health issues. From digestion to detox, to hormone and immune system balancing, it is critical to address these systems as they interact with the brain, which includes the eyes, which act as the most forward extension of the brain.
University of Illinois, Bachelor of Science Biology
Illinois College of Optometry, Doctor of Optometry
American Health Science University, Certified Nutritionist
Member College of Syntonic Optometry
Member Of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Organization
Member of International Association of Functional Neurology
Certified in the Z Bell technique
26689 Pleasant Park Rd # 150, Conifer, CO 80433 (303)-838-9355 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Terence A. Trinka
Optometric Doctor, Certified Nutritionist
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