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What is Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation?

ABI RESOURCES team members are directed by Neuro-optometric rehabilitation eye doctors. Neuro-optometric rehabilitation is an individualized treatment regimen for patients with visual deficits as a direct result of physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological insults. Neuro-optometric rehabilitative therapy is a process for the rehabilitation of visual, perceptual, and motor disorders. It includes, but is not limited to: acquired strabismus, diplopia, binocular dysfunction, convergence and/or accommodation paresis/paralysis, oculomotor dysfunction, visual-spatial dysfunction, visual perceptual and cognitive deficits, and traumatic visual acuity loss.

Patients of all ages who have experienced neurological insults may require neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Visual problems caused by traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accident, cerebral palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, etc., may interfere with performance causing the person to be identified as learning disabled or as having attention deficit disorder.  These visual dysfunctions can also manifest themselves as psychological sequelae such as anxiety and panic disorders, as well as spatial dysfunctions affecting balance and posture.

A neuro-optometric rehabilitation treatment plan is designed to improve specifically acquired vision dysfunctions determined by standardized diagnostic criteria. Treatment regimens encompass medically necessary non-compensatory lenses and prisms with and without occlusion and other appropriate medical rehabilitation strategies.

Connecticut Resources

Padula Institute of Vision

Optometrist in Guilford, Connecticut

Address: 37 Soundview Rd, Guilford, CT 06437

Phone: 1-203-453-2222

Dr. William V. Padula, OD

Address: 37 Soundview Rd, Guilford, CT 06437

Phone: 1-203-453-2222


Connecticut Home Healthcare Services

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