Cristina Majoral

She has a degree in Optics from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (1991) and in optics and optometry from the University of Alicante (1996)
He began his work experience working as a pediatric optometrist and visual therapist treating visual dysfunctions, strabismus, amblyopia, developmental and learning problems.
In 1992 he expanded his training by completing the Master’s Degree in Clinical Optometry and visual therapy at the International Optometry Center (IOC) (1992-1993).
He subsequently completed an advanced course of strabismus, amblyopia and pediatric at New England College of Optometry in Boston. Massachusetts (USA) together with clinical stays in various optometric consultations in Boston (USA).
He has made numerous courses highlighting, High Specialization course in optometry and visual therapy taught by Dr. Sanet 2009-10, strabismus (Dr. Getz), visuo-cognition and autism (Dr. Wachs), neuro-optometry (Dr. Pou) , head trauma (Dr.Sanet), Primitive reflexes and TMR, Syntonic phototherapy.
He develops professional activity in Barcelona as an optometrist, contactologist and specialist in low vision as well as sports vision collaborating with the Catalan shooting and taewkondo federation.
Since 1998 he co-directs the Cugat Visió center in Sant Cugat del Vallés.

He has collaborated with the Neurorehabilitation Clinic since 2019, where he focuses on the treatment of oculomotor problems in patients with neurological disorders such as ataxias or balance problems in patients who have suffered a stroke.

Collegiate optometrist 6,326 by Col.legi official d’Optics and optometristes de Catalunya (COOOC)
He is a member and specialist of the Associació Catalana d’Optometria i Teràpia Visual (ACOTV)
He is a member of the International Society of Developmental and Behavioral Optometry (SIODEC