Looking at Lyme, a podcast by the Canadian Lyme Disease Association, recently interviewed an Optometrist from Victoria, BC. Dr. Cameron McCrodan, author of ‘Optomize’, has created a training program that focuses on the communication between the eyes and the brain.
In the podcast, Dr. McCrodan mentions that because vision is neurologically controlled, diseases such as Lyme can have various effects on vision such as headaches, nausea, light sensitivity, or trouble processing busy environments…and although optometrists cannot treat Lyme disease, they can support patients to improve their quality of life by treating the visual condition(s).
We are giving away TWO of Dr. Cameron McCrodan’s books.
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Winners will be announced on Monday March 8th 2021 and the books will be mailed directly.
Podcast link: Lookingatlyme.ca