Conditions & Symptoms

Conditions and Symptoms Overview

The wide range of symptoms and conditions for many common visual performance problems are summarized below.

Please click on any of the links below to see complete descriptions, symptoms, at risk populations, and treatment for each specific condition.

It is not unusual for patients to have several different problems (an eye focusing AND eye movement problem, for example). Each individual is evaluated using our one-hour Comprehensive Vision Evaluation - conducted by one of our behavioral optometrists.

The wide range of symptoms and conditions for many common visual performance problems are summarized below.

Please click on any of the links below to see complete descriptions, symptoms, at risk populations, and treatment for each specific condition.

It is not unusual for patients to have several different problems (an eye focusing AND eye movement problem, for example). Each individual is evaluated using our one-hour Comprehensive Vision Evaluation - conducted by one of our behavioral optometrists.

Parital Symptoms

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Moves head excessively when reading, reads slowly, uses finger to keep place, short attention span

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Eye Movement Problems - Inability to smoothly and accuraely move the eyes from one target to another.

Holds things very close, blurred vision, headaches, reads only for a short time, slow copying skills

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Eye Focusing Problems - Inability to easily refocus eyes, or maintain clear focus, particularly up close.

Blurred Vision, Double Vision, Eyestrain or Eye Ache, Decreased reading comprehension

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Eye Teaming Problems - Inability of both eyes to work together to process visual images properly.

Trouble telling left from right, letter and word reversals, motor planning deficits

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Perceptual Problems - Mimic sypmtoms of ADD / ADHD - but are binocular vision problems...

Difficult for parents to detect, infant may cry when one eye is covered, or favor one side

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Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) - Vision-Neuro interface rejects the image from the lazy eye.

Difficult for parents to detect, infant may cry when one eye is covered, or favor one side

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Strabismus (Cross Eye, Wall Eye, Wandering Eye) - eye alignment problem - mild to severe.

Kids with coordination problems, athletes of allages wishing to improve performance

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Sports Enhancement - Uses comprehensive vision evaluation to identify sports related vision problems

Strokes, ABI's, and TBI's cause significant binocular vision problems

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Post TBI, Stroke - Diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders from stroke, ABI, TBI

Headache, unusual fatigue after computer use, Eye Strain, distance blur

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Computer Vision Syndrome - Acquired condition from heavy computer usage