Team approach to Brain Injuries: Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Hero

Team approach to Brain Injuries: Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

One of the most understated disorders after a brain injury and stroke are disorders that happen within the visual system. These disorders dramatically and negatively affect a person’s quality of life including unstable balance, double vision, headaches and  the ability to walk easily, drive a car or read, to name only a few symptoms.  Neuro-optometric […]

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Sports Vision For The Aspiring Athlete

By Meagan Sumrall Lott, OD, FCOVD, Belle Vue Specialty Eye Care Eyesight or 20/20 is defined as “normal vision.”  But is it?  What does 20/20 really mean?  Basically, it is only a measure of visual acuity (sharpness) using the familiar letter chart.  This chart was developed in 1862 by Herman Snellen, a Dutch ophthalmologist.  You […]

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September Healthy Cells Magazine

Every “mild” brain injury is a serious situation.  A brain injury can be life altering, no matter how “mild” it is.  It can cause lasting damage that affects a patient’s quality of life. Most brain injury patients exhibit visual problems that arises from the neurological damage. Brain injuries include, but are not limited to, head […]

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