Acquired Brain Injuries

Acquired Brain Injuries (ABIs) refer to damage to the brain that occurs after birth, often resulting from traumatic events such as accidents, strokes, tumors, infections, or neurodegenerative diseases. These injuries can vary widely in severity and can have a profound impact on various aspects of a person's life, including their vision.

ABI can affect vision in several ways, depending on the specific areas of the brain that are damaged and the extent of the injury. Some common vision problems associated with ABI include:
  • Dizziness
  • Double vision
  • Focusing problems
  • Headaches
  • Problems with walking

Treatment Options

What to Expect

At Family EyeCare Center, our approach to treating ABI-related vision problems begins with a thorough evaluation by our neuro-optometrist. During a comprehensive eye exam, we assess your vision and visual skills to understand the extent of the impairment. Based on these findings, our experienced doctors design personalized rehabilitation programs tailored to your specific needs. Our treatment focuses on managing low vision, addressing visual processing deficits, and enhancing visual-motor integration. Through a combination of vision therapy, specialized lenses, and visual aids, we aim to improve your visual functioning and quality of life. Our collaborative approach involves working closely with other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive care and optimal outcomes for our patients.



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