Binocular Vision Dysfunctions (Eye Teaming Problems)

Binocular Vision Dysfunctions (Eye Teaming Problems)

Have you ever wondered why, despite having two eyes, you only see one image? This is called binocular vision. Our brain is so intricate and complex that it’s able to turn two separate images into one clear image. In order for this to occur, it’s essential for the eyes...
Vision Difficulties in Relationship to Special Needs

Vision Difficulties in Relationship to Special Needs

Children born with genetic interferences, who experience an early brain injury, those with delays in neurological development or other congenital conditions, have a higher incidence of visual interferences to development than other children. Children with Special...
Concussion and Acquired Brain Injury

Concussion and Acquired Brain Injury

A head injury can have some serious consequences on the vision system. An individual can suffer a range of symptoms including double vision, dizziness, nausea, loss of attention when reading, headaches, blurred vision, eyestrain, visual confusion, visual field loss...