Concussion and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Vision Treatment

A head injury can have some serious consequences on the vision system. An individual can suffer a range of symptoms including double vision, dizziness, nausea, loss of attention when reading, headaches, blurred vision, eyestrain, visual confusion, visual field loss and more. Those who suffer from these symptoms, after a concussion, may likely have post-concussion vision syndrome (PCVS).

Concussion and ABI Vision Treatment

Specializing in neuro-optometric vision rehabilitation, we provide treatment for those suffering from post-concussion vision syndrome (PCVS). Our office-based vision rehabilitation is essential to restore visual functioning and accelerate the recovery process. Individuals who display vision symptoms, after suffering a severe concussion, an acquired brain injury (ABI) or a cerebral vascular accident (CVA), may need vision rehabilitation to treat their post-concussion vision syndrome (PCVS).

Our Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation includes:

• Binocular vision therapy

• Visual processing development

• Visual vertigo treatment program (see-sick protocol)

• Oculomotor therapy

• Accommodation “focusing” development

• Eye-hand coordination therapy

Resources

ConcussionProject.com

The latest project from the VisionHelp Group, The Concussion Project, provides important information for the public and professionals about concussions, how they relate to vision and their treatment.

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