Dr. Todd Wylie
Optometrist, Advanced Eyecare and Optical
Dr. Todd Wylie OD graduated in 1982 from Pacific University School of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon. He is a charter member of the Neuro- Optometric Rehabilitation Association, a fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and is board certified in Vision Development and Visual Therapy. Ever since Dr. Wylie experienced a vision-related learning disability in undergraduate school, he has been fascinated with aspects of the visual system that go way beyond “20/20 eyesight and normal eye health.” He has a strong interest and background in nutrition and syntonic (light) therapy. Dr. Wylie lives in Spokane, Washington, with his wife, Bev. Together, they have four children.
If Your Eyes Could Talk
Publication Date: June 2017
Your eyes show you the world. But what would they tell you, if they could talk? The answer to that question is in your hands. Within these pages, Dr. D. Todd Wylie, OD, FCOVD―an optometrist and leading expert in vision therapy―explores and explains the many causes of poor vision, as well as the pioneering therapy and revolutionary corrective lenses that solve even the most bizarre cases and symptoms.
In If Your Eyes Could Talk, you will find the answers to baffling mysteries such as why a person with 20/20 eyesight could still be failing in school due to a vision problem; how anxiety or panic attacks could be caused by a vision problem; and how looking at a particular color of light for eight minutes a day can literally change a person’s life. To find these answers and many, many more, all you need to do is open this book and listen to the secrets that your eyes have to tell. Before you know it, you’ll be viewing the world of vision health through a whole new lens.