Marc Grossman

AP, O.D.
Member since January 2008
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Male , born on 11/4/1955
New Paltz , New York   United States




Marc Grossman, Doctor of Optometry and New York State Licensed Acupuncturist is co-author of the • International best seller Magic Eye Beyond 3D: Improve Your Vision, published by Andrews and McNeil in 1996, • Natural Eye Care - An Encyclopedia published by McGraw Hill in April, 1999, • Greater Vision - A Comprehensive Program for Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Clarity published by McGraw Hill, 2001, and • Natural Eye Care - A Comprehensive Manual for Practitioners of Oriental Medicine, published by Vision Works, Inc. 2002. Since 1980 Dr. Grossman has helped many people maintain healthy vision and even improve eyesight. He is best described as a Developmental/Behavioral Optometrist, dedicated to helping people with such conditions ranging from myopia and dry eyes to potentially vision threatening diseases as macular degeneration and glaucoma. His combined multi-disciplinary approach using nutrition, eye exercises, lifestyle changes and Chinese Medicine provides him with a wide array of tools and approaches to tackle difficult eye problems. Dr. Grossman founded the Rye Learning Center in 1980, a multidisciplinary center for learning problems, and more recently in 1996 co-founded Integral Health Associates in New Paltz, New York. Dr. Grossman’s background includes degrees in Optometry, Biology, Physical Education and Learning Disabilities, coupled with yoga, bioenergetics, nutrition, Chinese medicine and acupuncture, the Alexander technique and Feldenkreis. This orientation provides the foundation for an integrated approach to vision and its influence on the body, mind and spirit of each patient. The philosophy of his practice is based on the belief that vision is not static and it need not degenerate. Vision has the ability to improve, and there are practical alternatives for helping vision without resorting to stronger prescriptions for eyeglasses or contact lenses, or submitting to surgery. Poor vision is not just physical and can be improved at a