There is a great deal of interest abroad in the holistic approach of Savir therapy. For that reason, Professor Sabel lectured in early February 2018 at several clinics in Dubai on the topic of Stress and reversibility of visual field defects. Visually impaired patients and their relatives took a chance to ask their questions in individual […]
Prof. Sabel in conversation with Renate Reymann, President of German Federation of Blind and Visually Impaired People (DBSV) at the 2nd Bonn Symposium of DBSV. Photo: DBSV/Friedhelm Mädje
To offer our patients even more comfort we have enlarged our clinic. In addition to a new treatment room, we equipped a new rest and exercise room. Here our patients can learn eye yoga as well as relaxation techniques to reduce stress, maintain their mental health and improve their eye health.
Please be aware that Savir Center will be closed for the Christmas holidays from 20th of December till 5th of January. We wish you a peaceful and merry Christmas as well as a good start into a happy New Year. May all your wishes come true, but first of all health and equanimity for upcoming […]
On Nov. 24 – 26, 2017 in Berlin, Germany the 4th international symposium “Low vision and the brain” took place. The event went under the brand name “4r-vision” and it had a big success. 4r-vision was a unique event as it addressed the eye-brain interaction in an interdisciplinary manner. It touched the fields of ophthalmology, […]
Savir Center was exhibiting again at this year’s 115th edition of the DOG congress, which took place in Berlin from September 28th -October 1st, 2017.
“4r-vision” is an international and multidisciplinary conference that will highlight basic science, diagnostic and treatment approaches that aim to modulate nervous system structure and function through rescue, regeneration, restoration and rehabilitation. The symposium will take place from November 24-26, 2017 in Berlin.
Professor Bernhard Sabel has been appointed to the board of directors of ISLRR – International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation. The objectives of ISLRR are to stimulate scientific research in the field of low vision and in the field of rehabilitation of people with low vision and to promote the exchange of information in these fields.
As a low vision specialist and a person living with vision loss secondary to cone-rod dystrophy, I have an intimate understanding of what it is like to live with low vision and the challenges it brings as one strives to maintain their independence. With this in mind, I believe that I bring a unique perspective […]
This interesting and upbeat book is written for those with vision loss and their relatives and provides a holistic overview of low vision rehabilitation. Given Prof Sabel’s reputation in neuroplasticity and vision restoration using vision training and electrical stimulation, it is no surprise to see a relatively large proportion of the book devoted to these […]