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What Is Neuro-Vision Rehabilitation?

Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), including concussion, refers to damage to the brain that occurs after birth. Brain injury can lead to neurological changes that negatively affect the way a person functions in daily life.

These changes can impact a wide range of functions, but problems with a person’s visual system are often overlooked. These include eye tracking, teaming, and focusing; visual field awareness; and visual information processing ability.

What Do We Treat Following an Acquired Brain Injury?

Convergence insufficiency, accommodative dysfunction, and oculomotor dysfunction following concussion or ABI

Symptoms:
  1. Double vision
  2. Blurring of vision
  3. Difficulty changing focus between different distances
  4. Trouble sustaining focus at near
  5. Loss of place while reading/poor tracking
  6. Headache in the forehead or temple
  7. Problems with motion sickness and/or vertigo

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Post-trauma vision syndrome (PTVS)

Symptoms:
  1. Objects appearing to move that are known to be stationary
  2. Words in print run together
  3. Blurring of vision/difficulty focusing
  4. Dizziness
  5. Difficulty with balance, gait, and/or coordination
  6. Visual motion sensitivity

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Stroke

Symptoms:
  1. Blurred vision
  2. Double vision
  3. Visual Field loss
  4. Dimming vision
  5. Walking/coordination difficulties

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