Category Archives: convergence insufficiency

An Occupational Therapist Treats 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

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Double Vision

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

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The Brock String

The Brock String The humble Brock consists of a length of string (from 3 to 10 ft) with a series of beads (from 3 to 5 beads) placed at various intervals. This simple instrument is powerful tools in teaching binocular … Continue reading

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