We received an great mention today in one of Optometry's leading magazines, Optometric Management, regarding our work with athletes who suffer visual components to sports related concussions.
Click here to read the article in Optometric Management
I've incorporated vision training in my practice since I graduated from optometry school in 1988. I mainly used these eye training exercises to help athletes improve their visual system so that they could achieve their genetic potential. I expanded my vision therapy practice to include children with vision problems that were interfering with their learning process.
Almost five years ago, NHL Carolina Hurricane's player Matt Cullen started having vision problems from a concussion that he sustained. It was a natural progression for me to incorporate our vision exercises to help him rehabilitate.
We've learned so much more about how to help athletes who suffer from a visual component they received as a result of a sports related concussion. We're in the process of sharing more of that information so that others can join our fight in helping athletes return to normal.
It's great to receive recognition by our peers in this recent article. We hope you enjoy it too.
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