Anne Reuter, OD, FCOVD
Dr. Anne Reuter is a professor of Neuro-Optometry, Binocular Vision, and Neurological Rehabilitation at MCPHS University. She is board-certified in Neuro-Developmental Optometry and Vision Therapy.
As a competitive soccer player, Dr. Reuter has been in the athletic circuits most of her life – knowing what it takes to succeed in sports. As a senior in college at the University of Wisconsin, Dr. Reuter personally went through a visual training program that transformed her visual function thereby maximizing her performance in both the classroom and on the field. This inspired Dr. Reuter to become an optometrist, providing the same services to others from which she benefited tremendously. Professionally, she has worked with athletes of all ages and skill levels, with a particular focus on helping amateur athletes become elite players and continuing to further enhance the visual skills of athletes at the professional level.
Following her optometric training at the SUNY College of Optometry in 2008, Dr. Reuter first attended the Brooklyn VA system and then the Lenox Hill Community Medical Group in New York City, a hospital-based, multi-specialty medical group where she acquired advanced clinical expertise in the diagnosis and management of ocular diseases. Subsequently, she developed and directed the binocular vision department at The Brown Center in Providence, Rhode Island, where she specialized in pediatrics, functional vision performance, and neuro-rehab.
Dr. Reuter has published numerous articles in the fields of Ocular Disease, and Vision Rehabilitation. She is an active investigator for PEDIG (Pediatric Eye Disease Investigators Group).
Dr. Reuter and her team were the doctors of choice for the Massachusetts school screening effort, where they reformed screening protocols, thereby winning Dr. Reuter a scholarship award in the field.
Dr. Reuter has also lectured at continuing education events for healthcare providers and educators, with multiple approved courses in the field.
Dr. Reuter provides optometric services & eye care to at-risk women and children for multiple charitable organizations, as well as outreach programs in the Bronx.