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LensCrafters/Market Mall Eye Clinic T3A 0E2

Vision Therapy for


Up to 90%
of people exhibit
vision problems after
experiencing a

The symptoms that persist following a concussion are
collectively called Post TraumaVision Syndrome (PTVS). In
most cases, the eyes are physically healthy but not
communicating properly with the brain, this is very
common following any type of traumatic brain injury. The
eyes are controlled by the brain, so when someone suffers
from an injury to the brain, whether it is a car accident,
stroke, or concussion,the visual system can be
significantly impacted causing a range of life-changing

Neuro-optometric rehabilitation can help relieve the
disabling post-concussion symptoms.

Typical symptoms that are experienced after a concussion may include:

  • Headaches/migraines
  • Double vision
  • Dizziness
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Difficulty with coordination, balance
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Poor depth perception

Visual rehabilitation is a personalized program that
involves science-based eye exercises and activities to
strengthen the connection between the eyes and the
brain to help alleviate your visual symptoms and improve
your quality of life.

Visual rehabilitation is an evidence-based program to treat
the visual problems experienced after head injuries and concussions.


Visual rehabilitation improves vision through therapeutic
activities specifically designed to retrain the neural
processes of the brain. The brainʼsneuroplasticity allows
for the establishment of new neural pathways to regain
function of the affected areas of the brain.

Each rehabilitative program is designed to retrain the
neurological connections between the eyes and brain to
improve the visual skills necessary for:

  • Visual information processing
  • Visual memory
  • Balance
  • Gait
  • Motor skills

A visual rehabilitation program may include any of the
following techniques or devices:

  • Customized program
  • Free-space activities
  • Computer-based tasks
  • Prism training
  • Visual tracking and scanning
  • Optical tints
  • Yoked prism lenses
  • Spotting/sector prisms
  • Sector occlusions

The goal of each rehabilitative program is to reduce visual
symptoms and improve visual function through the use of
in-office and at-home neuro-rehabilitation exercises.

Book an appointment at our

vision therapy concussion clinic: