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Behavioral optometry
also called "functional optometry"

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  1. an expanded area of optometric practice that uses a holistic approach in the treatment of vision and vision information processing problems

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  2. The practice of behavioral optometry incorporates various vision therapy methods and has been characterized as a complementary alternative medicine practice

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  3. has its origins in orthoptics. A.M. Skeffington was an American optometrist known to some as "the father of behavioral optometry"

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  4. Skeffington has been credited as co-founding the Optometric Extension Program with E.B. Alexander in 1928

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  5. Societe d'Optometrie d'Europe

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