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

  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)

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

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