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Category Archives: convergence insufficiency
An OT treats CI The process the author uses to treat convergence insufficiency has been very efficient, effective and repeatable. Symptoms are generally resolved in 8-10 visits for neuro-typical children and adolescences. This treatment process does not include assessment of … Continue reading
Double Vision after Neurological Event Many patients will complain of double vision following a stroke, brain injury or concussion. Over 50% of acquired brain injury patients will have eye movement problems. These problems can slow down the rehab process but doing … Continue reading