Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation is the examination and treatment of adult and pediatric patients with visual dysfunction related to conditions such as traumatic brain injury, concussion, stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, or brain tumor. Neuro-visual problems can manifest as reading difficulties, visual inattention, eyestrain, double vision, visual memory problems, visually related anxiety, balance and postural difficulties, side vision loss, sensitivity to bright light, and other related symptoms or signs.
- Conditions Treated by Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation
- Post-Trauma Vision Syndrome
- Loss of Visual Field Due to Brain Injury
REHABILITATIVE VISION THERAPY
We provide optometric vision therapy for focusing problems, eye muscle coordination difficulties, amblyopia (lazy eye), learning-related vision problems, and visually related balance, postural or ambulatory problems. We also treat adults with work related eyestrain, and athletes with sports vision problems.
Many eye problems can be prevented or rehabilitated when detected and treated early, including conditions like crossed eyes, and nearsightedness due to eyestrain. Neuro-optometric rehabilitative optometry treatment may include counterstress lenses, yoked prisms, and/or neuro-optometric vision rehabilitation.