Dr. Sanet has lectured extensively, nationally and internationally, on behavioral optometric care, vision training and practice management and has presented more than 400 lectures and seminars in the United States, and over 250 lectures internationally.
Using a 46” touch screen monitor, the SVI is designed to improve visual abilities for a wide range of patients with visually-related learning problems, strabismus, amblyopia, and traumatic brain injury. It is also very effective for sports vision enhancement work with athletes. The key features that make this “all in one” instrument so useful are the variety of programs…
“The PAVE-Sanet Seminars has been a truly life changing experience for me as a vision therapist. I have gained knowledge, and along with it the confidence that I can truly help change peoples lives for the. As a vision therapist, with only a year of experience, I was nervous going in knowing that there were O.Ds in attendance. However, Dr. Sanet and the other doctors made me feel welcome and at ease. I have made some truly wonderful connections, along with many friends that I know I can call upon with any questions I may have in the future. These are truly incredible seminars, with an exceptionally inspirational speaker and I would encourage anyone who plans on pursuing vision therapy not to miss these outstanding seminars.”
“This course will change the way you practice Optometry. It will simplify difficult concepts, clarify misconceptions and inspire you to look at vision and vision therapy in an entirely new way. The benefits to my practice have been seen organizationally, financially and above all else in increased personal satisfaction in my pfofessional career. Unlike many other courses that I have attended in the past, I am invigorated at the completion of each weekend of Bob’s courses to get back to my patients and try out everything new that I've learned! “
“Bob's course ranks right up there with the best of them! Not only did I learn a great deal of new and exciting things about developmental vision care, but also got a wealth of very practical practice management that has made my practice grow. Bob gives you all the tools and information you need to know to set up or expand your VT practice. I highly recommend this course to all new and experienced optometrists and therapists.”
"After 14 years in a primary care practice, I decided that I wanted to get into vision therapy. I signed up for Dr. Sanet’s Seminar Series on the advice of a friend who has a very successful VT practice. It was the best investment I ever made! I am now able to provide my patients with therapy that is based on the latest research in neurology and vision. Don’t try to start a career in vision therapy without first taking this course! Believe me, it is money well spent!"
"As a new vision therapist I was kind of nervous about attending Dr. Sanet's seminars. I had heard amazing things about Dr. Sanet and I was excited to attend but I just felt like I might be out of place. After the first day of the seminar I knew that I was wrong. Dr. Sanet has a gift for teaching and explaining information to people at every level of experience. I learned so much from these seminars and I am so greatful that I was able to attend. Not only did I gain more tools to use in the VT room with patients but Dr. Sanet taught me to take a better look at how my patients were responding to the different therapy activities. Attending these seminars change the way I think about patients and vision therapy in a powerful way. "
"Bob Sanet is an engaging and fascinating speaker. Having a residency in vision therapy, and having just completd my fellowship in COVD, I thought I had mastered the "basics". Bob opened up a new world and a new way of thinking. I have completely revamped and changed my modality of practice - for the better. Thank you for changing my life and the lives of my patients."
San Diego Seminar Series:
Review of the anatomical and visual development of the eye, ocular motility, accommodation, and binocularity
Piaget’s theory of child development with an emphasis on how it relates to the optometric examination, academic learning, and vision training.
Discussion and demonstration of effective evaluation procedures for pre-school children with an emphasis on the WACHS Analysis of Cognitive Structures Test (WACS)
How Visual abilities relate to sports performance
Understanding the role of the optometrist in the area of sports performance enhancement
In-depth sports vision evaluation procedures
Analyzing the evaluation data and relating the visual skills deficits to sports performance deficits