Concussions are on the rise. Visual problems arising from the brain trauma are often initially overlooked and may not even appear until awhile after the injury. Clinical studies indicate that between 50-90% of concussion patients suffer from visual dysfunctions. These symptoms include blurred vision, sensitivity to light, reading difficulty, headaches with visual tasks and eye movement difficulties. We are able to diagnose and treat brain injury-related eye changes, visual dysfunctions and visual processing deficits.
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