When is Blurred Vision a Medical Emergency?
A problem with any part of the eye, such as the retina, optic nerve or cornea, can suddenly cause blurred vision. Slowly progressive blurred vision is usually caused by long-term medical conditions. Sudden blurring is most often caused by a single event. Some instances of sudden blurred vision are medical emergencies that must be treated as soon as possible to prevent permanent damage and vision loss.Read More
BVD and Motion Sickness
Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD) is a condition where the eyes are misaligned and the visual system struggles to send one clear image to the brain. BVD can cause dizziness and motion sickness due to the visual system’s difficulties in fusing together the images from each eye.Read More
How Does Vision Therapy Boost Self Confidence?
Could improving your child’s school grades also improve their motivation and self confidence? Many children who suffer from reduced visual skills are not identified and end up struggling through school and even on the sports field – often being mislabeled as clumsy, lazy, or learning disabled and even misdiagnosed with ADHD. These negative stigmas can significantly impact a child’s self esteem and confidence, both inside and outside the classroom.Read More
Suffering From Low Self Esteem?
Low self esteem can be one of the most challenging emotions experienced by patients following a traumatic brain injury. Even a mild traumatic brain injuryRead More
Managing Concussion: A Team Approach
Author: Dr. Aaron Nichols Excel Neuro-Optometric Clinic Concussions are one of the most complex injuries to treat, but with a team approach of a rangeRead More
What Are Side Vision Glasses?
Side-vision awareness glasses are an effective low vision device that increases the viewing field for people suffering from side vision loss. Side vision awareness glassesRead More