Vision symptoms caused by traumatic brain injuries

  • Light sensitivity
  • Eye aches
  • Nausea with visual movement
  • Double vision
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty with memory
  • Blurred vision
  • Difficulty being in busy/visually stimulating places
  • Poor balance or coordination
  • Difficulty putting thoughts into words

If you have any of the symptoms in the checklist above, vision therapy may be able to help you. Contact us or schedule a consultation today!

Brain injuries often affect visual processing

Traumatic brain injury and vision problems are often related

There are numerous types of brain injuries that can result in visual disturbances. Some of these include, stroke, motor vehicle accidents, concussion and those suffering from post concussion syndrome, whiplash and status-post neurosurgery for tumor resection. About 80 percent of injuries involving the brain result in vision problems, and they are often overlooked by the traumatic brain injury (TBI) rehabilitation team. Neurological events such as strokes can also lead to vision impairment.

Those who have suffered a brain-related injury or event should watch for the symptoms listed on this page. Anyone experiencing any of the symptoms should request a vision rehabilitation evaluation to determine if vision therapy for traumatic brain injury is a proper treatment option.

Success stories

We have assisted many people with vision problems as a result of traumatic brain injury. Check out some of our success stories.

Robbie, success story

Please check out Robbie’s success story. Robbie came to us after a Traumatic Brain Injury. After years of trying many other therapies with no relief, Robbie got his life back with vision rehabilitation therapy. Listen to his story here. Do you know someone in your life who has struggled since experiencing a concussion or TBI? We would love to help them get their life back.

Posted by Vision Therapy Academy on Wednesday, January 2, 2019

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