Brain Injury

Studies show that greater than 50% of patients with a neurological impairment, either from traumatic brain injury, cerebral vascular accidents, etc. experience some sort of visual and/or visual-cognitive disorder. These can include problems with visual efficiency such as the ability to accurately coordinate the eyes or quickly shift gaze from one object to another, and also problems with vision perception, such as eye hand, foot or body coordination and visual spatial organization. Vision therapy can help to re-train these skills and others in order to help improve a person’s overall visual efficiency and control of their visual system.
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