Post Trauma Vision Syndrome

A person who has suffered a TBI may often experience difficulties with balance, spatial orientation, coordination, cognitive function, and speech. Usually a referral for visual consultation only occurs if there’s an injury to an eye or if ocular pathology is suspected. Persons with a TBI frequently experience symptoms of double vision, movement of print or stationary objects (such as walls and floor), eye strain, visual fatigue, headaches, and problems with balance. Visual problems are among the most common sequalae following a TBI, but frequently not dealt with in a rehabilitation model.

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