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Jack E. Richman, O.D., F.A.A.O., F.C.O.V.D.

Dr. Richman, O.D. is a 1968 graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He has held academic positions as well as serving as the Chief of the Pediatric Optometry Service in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry and in Michigan at Ferris State University, College of Optometry. In 1984, he was invited to join the faculty at the New England College of Optometry in Boston where he lectured and served as Chief of Pediatric Optometry services.

Presently, Dr. Richman is Professor Emeritus at the New England College of Optometry. He holds consulting staff privileges at rehabilitation and centers in the greater Boston area, including Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Cape and Islands.

He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a Diplomate in the Section on Pediatric Optometry, Binocular Vision and Perception in the American Academy of Optometry, and a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development where he is Board Certified in Vision Therapy. He has lectured widely, both in this country and internationally. He has published over fifty five research and clinical articles and papers on the diagnosis and management of vision disorders in professional journals and textbooks. Dr. Richman’s primary clinical and research interests are in children’s vision, vision dysfunction and reading, the effect of drugs and nervous system impairment on eye movements, vision and driving in brain-injured and elderly, and visual attention dysfunction.

Dr. Richman consults both pediatric and brain-injured patients at our Falmouth office.