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Join us for our 2nd annual meeting in Midway Utah February 8th-10th. This meeting will be held at the beautiful Zermatt resort near Park City. In addition to world class continuing education and research presentations, there will be abundant opportunities to enjoy skiing, tubing, and winter fun.

Cost of Early Registration: (Early Registration by January 7th) $395 Members, $595 non-members (Become a member and save, You can register for membership on the event registration form)

After January 7th, Registration will be $495 for members, $695 for non-members

See the 2018 Annual Meeting Schedule Here

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Our educational sessions will be held from 3pm to 8pm allowing participants to enjoy various winter sports. An exhibit hall will feature the latest innovations and technology for sports vision training.

ISVA 2018 Speaker Lineup

General Meeting

Dr. Hal Breedlove: "TACTICAL VISION: The Neurological Vision Connection to the "Shoot-Don't-Shoot" Decision with Law Enforcement"

DeAnn Fitzgerald, OD, FNORA: General Topic: Concussion: testing and management of the concussion patient

David Rosenthal, DC: “Functional Neurology and Sports Vision: Dynamic Integration in Clinical Practice”

Geoff Heddle, OD; “How Do You Balance Sports”

Fred Edmunds, OD FAAO; The (E)Xtreme Sports Vision Practice”

Research Symposium

David Biberdorff, OD FCOVD and Dmitri Poltavski, Ph.D.; “Differential Effects of Sports Vision Training Protocols on Youth Hockey Players with and without Concussion”

Greg Applebaum, Ph.D; “Visual hardware or software? What is the root of perceptual expertise in elite athletes and can it be trained?”

Kristine Dalton, OD, Ph.D, MCOptom, FAAO, FBCLA; “A New Way to Measure Dynamic Visual Acuity”

Optional Workshops

Charles Shidlofsky, OD, FCOVD and Alex Andrich, OD, FCOVD; How to do a Sports Vision Screening

Stefanie Hennigfeld & Sabine Nebendahl - “ViCo Training (visual & cognitive exercises, executive functions, inhibition) to boost sports performance” DynamicEye Germany