NeuroVisual Medicine Institute

What does a NeuroVisual Medicine Patient look like?


People suffering from Binocular Vision Dysfunction have a small amount of vision misalignment not found in a regular eye exam. Their body corrects this misalignment bye overusing and straining the eye muscles, causing Binocular Vision Dysfunction. Typical symptoms include:

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Motion Sickness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Unsteadiness/Drifting While Walking
  • Poor Coordination/Clumsy
  • Poor Depth Perception
  • Face Pain
  • Eye Pain/Pain with Eye Movement
  • Neck Ache/Pain in Shoulders and Upper Back
  • Head Tilt
  • Anxiety
  • Feeling Overwhelmed or Anxious in a Crowd or Large Space
  • Sensitivity to Light
  • Double Vision
  • Fatigue with Reading
  • Shadowed/Overlapping/Blurred Vision
  • Difficulty with Reading/Reading Comprehension
  • Skipping Lines/Losing Place While Reading
  • Closing/Covering an Eye to Make Seeing Easier

The number of symptoms and severity is different for each person. Some people are disabled, and others aren’t bothered so much. Many people with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) develop a small amount of eye misalignment from their injury that cause these symptoms.