Comprehensive Eye Care,
Special Interest in Pediatric Eye Care
Dr. Shasteen provides comprehensive pediatric optometric care. She also has a special interest in binocular vision disorders and vision therapy for patients of all ages. She has extensive experience with motility disorders, neurologic and developmental disorders, and eye-related learning issues. Dr. Shasteen uses an evidence based approach to her vision therapy treatment plans.
She received her Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University College of Optometry and completed a two-year advanced practice fellowship in Binocular Vision and Pediatrics, earning a Master of Science from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. As part of her fellowship, Dr. Shasteen conducted research on vision therapy and the eyes’ ability to focus at near. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and an InfantSEE® Scholarship recipient.
Shasteen NM, Kulp MT, Mitchell GL. 2012. Test-retest reliability of the convergence insufficiency symptom survey in individuals with accommodative insufficiency. Optom Vis Sci 2012:89;E-abstract 125398.
Shasteen NM, Nguyen L, Kulp MT. 2011. Comparison of visual acuity testing at 5 versus 10 feet in school-aged children. Optom Vis Sci 2011:88:E-abstract 115788.
Owusu E, Mitchell GL, Shasteen NM, Bailey MD, Kao CY, Kulp MT. 2015. Ciliary muscle thickness in accommodative insufficiency. Optom Vis Sci 2015:92; E-abstract 150020