TBI / ABI (Brain Injuries)

Brain injuries can occur in many forms such as traumatic, acquired, stroke, cancer, and neurological dysfunction.   Any type of insult to the brain can cause visual, cognitive, sensory, and physical impairments.   Most of the impairments can improve with therapy.   The following is a list of visual symptoms that can result from brain injuries:

  • Blurred vision
  • Reading difficulties
  • Difficulty in  comprehension
  • Double vision
  • Unable to concentrate and pay attention
  • Headaches with visual tasks
  • Difficulties with eye movements (tracking, shifting, focusing, alignment)
  • Reduction or loss of visual field
  • Sensitive to light
  • Memory difficulty
  • Inability to maintain visual contact

Vision training  can help teaches the brain to  function again after injuries by retrain the neurological connections.

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