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BOAF-EASO - Syntonic Optometry - Part 1 Basic Curriculum 101 - Frankfurt/DE


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BOAF-EASO - Syntonic Optometry - Part 1 Basic Curriculum 101 - Frankfurt/DE

  • NH Frankfurt Airport West Kelsterbacher Straße 19-21 65479 Raunheim Frankfurt Germany (map)
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BOAF-EASO-Continuing-Education-Syntonic Optometry Basic Courses (2 days) - Seminar 1 of 2

  • Syntonic Optometry Class SO-101


  • Stefan Collier, Dean-BOAF/EASO

Seminar is in german / Without Translation! 

Venue :

Hotel: NH Frankfurt Airport West - Kelterbacherstraße 19-21, 65479 Raumheim / Frankfurt - Germany
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Early bird Registration Deadline: November 2, 2016. Pre-Registration Deadline: January 14, 2017. Onsite or after Pre-Registration Deadline: February 3, 2017. Also the full Registration of the education-2 Seminar Program is available.
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Syntonic Optometry - Syntonic Phototherapie ist nicht invasiv und schnell wirkend. Sie funktioniert über die Anwendung von spezifischen Bandbreiten eines Lichts mit geringer Intensität durch die Augen. Sie wurde klinisch über 80 Jahre auf dem Gebiet der Optometrie mit anhaltenden Erfolg in der Behandlung von visueller und kognitiver Dysfunktion angewendet; einschließlich Strabismus, Amblyopie, Fokussierungs- und Konvergenzprobleme, Lernstörungen und Auswirkungen von Stress, Hirnverletzungen und emotionale/affektive Störungen.