Vision deficits that occur after a concussion, stroke, or other brain injury often respond well to neuro-optometric rehabilitation.
Neuro-optometric rehabilitation utilizes various techniques to restore essential vision function, these include:
- Special prescription lenses (prism and tint)
- Specific patching/occlusion (binasal and partial)
- Syntonics (light therapy)
- Vision therapy
Patients in need of neuro-optometric vision rehabilitation have symptoms such as:
- Eye strain
- Double vision
- Blurred vision
- Decreased visual attention
- Dizziness and nausea
- Visual memory deficits
- Visual processing errors
As we decrease the symptoms above, quality of life improves dramatically. Vision is often overlooked as a reason for delayed healing and persistent symptoms even when they are very clearly vision-related. After a patient’s evaluation, we will share results with the rest of the members of your rehabilitation team so that you get consistent care and the best opportunity for a speedy recovery.
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