Dr. Robilotto is a graduate of Cornell University and SUNY College of Optometry where he received a PhD in Vision Science before completing his Optometry degree in 2006. Through his dual doctorate degrees, he combines his passion for cutting edge research with patient-centered clinical care. He has been an investigator on dozens of clinical studies and is continuously implementing evidence-based results into practice.
Dr. Robilotto is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and the Co-President of the Northeast Chapter of VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity), where he has led or participated in over 20 humanitarian medical missions throughout Central America, Asia, and the Middle East. Dr. Robilotto has also established a mobile eye care clinic in Alaska, where he spends several weeks each year providing patient care to remote and under-served Native Alaskan communities.
of patients with various neurodevelopmental disorders including learning disabilities, autism, social and emotional disorders, including anxiety, as well as children and adults affected by strokes, tumors and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
Dr. Kalantarova’s mission is to spread awareness of vision therapy and its role and benefits in neuro-rehabilitation, school readiness skills for preschoolers and students of all ages, as well as special need populations. Currently Dr. Kalantarova is working to complete her fellowship in College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD).
She provides comprehensive eye exams with a special interest in binocular vision disorders in head trauma, pediatrics, children with special needs, and concussion populations. With a strong conviction that optimal patient care is maintained through collaboration with other professions, Dr Kalantarova has strong working relationships with physicians in various fields, school professionals, as well as occupational and physical therapists. She completed specialized training in pediatric and vision therapy rotations at SUNY University College of Optometry and Ezra Vision Center.
Dr Kaplan, the founder of The Center for Visual Management is a prominent developmental/ behavioral optometrist, author and researcher. His clinical work and development of yoked prism lenses remarkably paved the way for future optometrists, particularly in the treatment of patients with visual spatial dysfunctions-- including those living with perceptual,
Dr. Alami received her doctorate in Optometry from The State University of New York College of Optometry in 2005 and completed her residency in 2006. She joined the practice in 2015 and continues to expand the examination methods offered through The Center for Visual Management. Her expertise in binocular vision disorders provides her the ability to examine patients with reading and learning differences, sensory integration and processing delays, autism, neurodevelopmental disorders and traumatic brain injuries. Dr Alami was awarded the Billie M. Lyons Memorial Award for distinguished service to the community and has traveled to the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Peru, India, Lebanon and Virginia to provide eye care service for underprivileged populations.
psychological, spectrum disorders and traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Kaplan has been a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development since 1977.
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