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Eye movements and rehabilitation on-line seminar

Course Date

Start: 16th May 2020
End: 31st May 2024

Course Location

at home
Anywhere, in the world, at your convenience, The Netherlands

Course Description

Eye movements and rehabilitation on-line seminar

The eyes play an important role in the integrity of the nervous system.  For chiropractors, the connection between the eyes, the inner ear and the spine should be clearly understood since the spinal intrinsic musculature is controlled by this very system.  In this webinar you will learn how to assess aberrant eye movements and deficiencies in visual integration. We will also show you specific eye exercises to address these issues.  Last but not least we will explain how spectacles can create phoric changes in visual fields, and how this can lead to disturbances in eye movements secondarily effecting the autonomic nervous system. At the end of the webinar you can take an exam, and need to have a 85% passing rate to receive CPD points.

  • Neuronal control of fixation
  • How the eye muscles are linked to the spine, therefore important to analyse
  • Pursuits and saccadic eye movement in diagnosis and treatment
  • Optokinetic strips in diagnosis and rehabilitation
  • How glasses can affect eye movements thru the prism effect
  • How to treat mild forms of strabismus
  • The vestibulo-ocular reflex to stabilize images on the retina
  • Neural integration relating to eye activity and visual processing
  • We will also give you the latest Apps you can use in practice for diagnosis and treatment
  • Demonstrate a revolutionary new program to map eye movements



Tom Claykens has Belgian nationality. He graduated with honours as a chiropractor with a master’s degree from Chiropractic Sciences at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth and has a second master’s degree in Exercise Sciences from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). Tom Claykens is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB) and a Carrick Institute graduate. He has also taught at the Barcelona Chiropractic College (BCC). At present Tom Claykens heads Biddenden Family Chiropractic in Kent.

Jeroen (Jay) Postma was born in England but grew up in the United States. His parents are both Dutch and he is a Dutch national. He studied chiropractic at Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minneapolis, Minnesota and received the Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC) in 1987. Jay Postma is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB) and a Carrick Institute graduate. Jay is a past president of the NCA (Netherlands Chiropractic Association), European Chiropractic Union (ECU) representative, and member of the Board of Governors at the AECC. In the past, Jay Postma has lectured at the Barcelona Chiropractic College (BCC) and played an instrumental role in the set-up of the functional neurology component of BCC’s chiropractic program. At present, Jay Postma is an American Chiropractic Neurology Board examiner, Graduate Education Programme examiner and a member of the Netherlands Chiropractic Association (NCA) board of education. Jay Postma also heads the team of Chiropractie Leiden, family practice established in 1990.


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