We understand that the brain is Neuroplastic and therefore can create or repair neural connections. We believe that we have the ability to retrain the brain or create “new software” for essential skills, or enhancement of those we already have. Our approach is developmental; engaging our bodies and movement in the visual process, integrating vision with our other senses, and learning to think visually. Each patient’s needs are addressed individually with special attention to the person as a whole. No patient is too young or too old to achieve success.
Do you get sick while reading in the car? Do 3D movies give you a headache and feeling of nausea? Do you avoid most of the rides at the fair? You don’t have to live with motion sickness. It is a result of a miscommunication between the visual system and the vestibular (balance) system.
Visual Stress Headaches
We live in a world that is increasingly more focused on near activities. Screen time has become the norm at work, in the classroom and in our homes. Reading, crafting and screen time are all visually demanding activities requiring a well -tuned visual system.
Do you see double? Double vision can be the result of a neurological disorder such as MS, a brain injury, a muscle weakness, or anything that causes the teaming of the two eyes to breakdown. Often times, double vision is treated with prism glasses or surgery with limited improvement.