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Understanding Vision Problems After Brain Injury w/ Dr. Terry Trinka, OD

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Dr. Trinka has studied extensively in the fields of vision and health. After receiving a Bachelor of Science from University of Illinois, he went on to graduate from the Illinois College of Optometry as a Doctor of Optometry. He furthered his education by obtaining a degree as a Certified Nutritionist. In addition, he is a Syntonic optometrist and a member of the College of Syntonic Optometry. This is a group of dedicated doctors who use specific frequencies of light to help many health, learning, brain, and eye conditions. He also has studied with the top clinicians in the country in numerous areas including thyroid dysfunction, autoimmunity, blood chemistry interpretation, and gastro intestinal imbalances. Dr. Trinka is a neurological optometrist and a member of NORA (Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Organization) who uses his neurological background to help people with concussion and brain injuries. He also is a member of the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation. Dr. Trinka is passionate about educating people about the details of the eye-brain connection in order to guide them through the process of balancing and rebuilding vision-brain function. He works with patients in the Denver, Colorado area and around the United States and enjoys hiking with his family and living in the natural beauty of the mountains while still being close enough to Denver to take advantage of its cultural opportunities.

This episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers