Vision Therapy For Brain Injury

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Vision Therapy For Brain Injury: Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitative Therapy At Harrel Vision Therapy Center In Tulsa, Oklahoma

Contrary to what you might think, it is the brain, and not the eyes, that is the key to seeing well. Your vision is really the sum total of how your brain receives visual information and then interprets and processes that information to permit you to see. The accuracy of that process depends on a healthy brain correctly going about this processing.

There are many potential causes of brain injuries that can result in vision problems.

Our Neuro Optometrist Can Help With

  • Concussion
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Mild Acquired Brain Injury
  • Post-Concussion Syndrome also called (PCS)

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Post Traumatic Vision Syndrome
  • Hemianopsia or Hemianopia
  • Mild Closed Head Injury
  • Cervical Trauma Syndrome

A Brain Injury Or The Resulting Condition Such As The Ones Listed Above Can Result In Serious Vision Problems…

A brain injury or the resulting condition such as the ones listed above can result in serious vision problems, which can have a devastating effect on one’s ability to complete basic day-to-day tasks. The damage can also be cumulative over time. Multiple concussions, even minor ones, can result in serious long-term complications. Our vision therapy practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma specializes in Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation ― a  specific Vision Therapy program for those who have suffered a brain injury. Using series of custom and personalized exercises, the brain can be retrained to accurately receive, process, and interpret visual signals again. Research has shown that recovery from vision problems is essential to recovery from any brain injury.