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Brain Injury & Neuro-visual Rehabilitation

Patients who have survived a brain injury, whether from trauma, stroke, or another neurological condition, will often suffer from a wide range of symptoms.  Many of these symptoms involve the visual system, such as:

  • Double vision or eye turn

  • Headaches 

  • Head tilts / neck aches

  • Blurry vision

  • Dizziness and/or nausea 

  • Motion sensitivity 

  • Light sensitivity

  • Spatial disorientation (ex: floors appear warped or tilted)

  • Losing place when reading

  • Comprehension problems when reading

  • Problems with depth perception (ex: difficulty localizing objects in space)

  • Poor balance or posture

  • Bumping into objects 

  • Loss of peripheral vision

Our goal is to improve the patients' quality of life by identifying the underlying causes of their visual complaints, and addressing them efficiently with an evidence-based approach to treatment.  We have access to a wide range of options that allow us to achieve optimal results.  Unlike a traditional rehabilitative care model, in which a doctor does an assessment and then sends the patient to a therapist, our doctors will be with the patient at each step, performing all diagnostics, neuro-visual rehabilitative therapy, and progress checks. This allows us to modify our treatment plans efficiently, since the doctor can modify treatment at each visit instead of waiting for periodic progress checks.


We have access to a wide range of options that allow us to achieve our mutual goal of improving the patient's quality of life as quickly as possible:  

  • Highly specialized testing using new, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment 

  • Prescriptions for corrective lenses, therapeutic prisms, and lens tints to eliminate or reduce double vision, blurry vision, visual field loss, light sensitivity

  • Customized neuro-visual rehabilitation program to improve binocularity (eyes working together), visual processing, and visual-perceptual skills

  • Detailed vision rehabilitation questionnaire to ensure that we understand your specific goals and complaints

Request an Appointment​

We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule.  

Please call us at (231) 946-6095 or click the link below to send us an appointment request with your preferred date and time.

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