There are really no upper age limits for the impact of vision therapy as our brains have the ability to learn new skills, including visual skills, throughout life.
Study focused on changes in brain function, visual perception and vestibular function of US personnel exposed to unknown sources of pressure, vibration, or sound.
We see pediatric and adult patients with a wide range of vision, post-concussion and reading/learning issues.
Vision therapy improves State Trooper’s reading ability and confidence.
Sidelined gymnast makes it to the medal stand with vision therapy.
A wide range of visual problems can result from concussion and brain injury.
Vision therapy does not strengthen eye muscles, but improves the connections between the eyes and the brain. Recent research shows brain changes visible with functional MRI after vision therapy.