Proper visual function requires excellent, very high precision coordination between the brain and the eyes, so any damage to the brain can GREATLY affect visual function.
For example, someone who only suffers a “mild” concussion or TBI (traumatic brain injury) can have SIGNIFICANT loss of visual function.
Symptoms may include: vision going in and out of focus, vision possibly going “double” at times, overall eyestrain, fatigue, difficulty following moving objects, more difficult reading or doing any visual tasks etc.
Our team at Utah Vision Solutions specializes in visual rehabilitation for people with visual struggles after many types of brain injury, such as concussions from car accidents, sports injuries, or even brain tumors.
What is visual rehabilitation?
Visual rehabilitation is like physical therapy for the visual system. It is a non-surgical treatment option that assists individuals who are struggling with post brain-injury visual dysfunction.
Our team specializes in vision rehabilitation through a regimen of vision therapy individualized and customized to the needs of each patient. We have helped restore/improve many patients visual function after a brain injury.
Can visual rehabilitation really work?
Yes! see these links for more information:
IF YOU THINK YOU MIGHT BE NEED VISUAL REHABILITATION, BUT AREN’T SURE, REMEMBER WE DO NO-CHARGE CONSULTS SO GIVE OUR OFFICE A CALL!