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Conditions That Are Treated With Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

Our skilled and experienced neuro-optometric team helps patients recover from a wide range of visual dysfunctions that are due to neurological insults or conditions. Here, you’ll find some examples of the conditions that we treat on a daily basis in our practice.

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Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation For Stroke Survivors

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Binocular Visual Dysfunction

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Dizziness & Balance Problems

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What Is Kaleidoscope Vision?

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Vestibular Dysfunction

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Vision-Related Motion Sickness

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Sensitivity To Light And Your Vision

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Your Eyes & Your Sense of Balance

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Common Vestibular Disorders

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Double Vision

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Headaches And Migraines

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Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

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