Retraining your brain and increasing ‘Gaze Stabilization’, reduces the amount of energy you spend actually trying to keep your eyes on the target and increases attention.
Visual changes associated with stroke can be categorized as sensory (visual acuity and visual field), motor (eye muscle movement), and perceptual. Many of these impairments can be addressed by simple yet effective techniques.
Patients who can benefit from this therapy often experience the following:
- Fatigue and “jumpy” eyes when reading
- Double Vision
- Loss of Attention, Concentration, and Focus
- Oculomotor weakness resulting in head tilt and the above symptoms
If left untreated, disorders can have serious consequences, such as losing the ability
to organize and make sense of visual information, poor depth perception and difficulties
concerning balance and posture. Using the most advanced neuro-visual therapy treatments we help patients improve the following;