Visual dysfunctions are very common following concussion with more than 50% of patients demonstrating impairments in oculomotor function. Patients who have difficulties with their vision often seek out the help of a Neuro-Optometrist (which is an optometrist who specializes in rehabilitation of the eyes to help make them work better as a team). This type of vision rehab program can be very helpful in some concussion patients HOWEVER there are a few things that you should keep in mind prior to signing up!
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