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Conditions That Are Treated With Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

Our skilled and experienced neuro-optometric team helps patients recover from a wide range of visual dysfunctions that are due to neurological insults or conditions. Here, you’ll find some examples of the conditions that we treat on a daily basis in our practice.

Please contact us to learn more about what we offer and to find out of neuro-optometric rehabilitation therapy can benefit you.

  • Approximately 60% of stroke survivors develop some form of visual impairment, including diminished central or peripheral vision, eye movement abnormalities, or visual perceptual defects. Focus, double vision, balance, visual memory, and depth perception are all affected. A neuro-optometrist can help rehabilitate any of these and other resultant visual aberrations.
  • Some people experience dizziness or balance issues following a mild concussion or another traumatic brain injury. If the symptoms are rooted in a visual defect, a neuro-optometrist can help.
  • Binocular visual dysfunction results from a miscommunication between the brain and the eyes. This causes the eyes to misalign and see two images of a single object. The brain and eyes struggle to reconcile this discrepancy, leading to headaches, dizziness, and other uncomfortable symptoms. We provide vision therapy and prism lenses to get your eyes working in tandem again.