The Optometry Center for Vision Therapy
Vision Recovery after Brain Injury by Briana Larson, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, FNORA
Vision Recovery After Brain Injury:
Vision makes up 80% of the sensory input to the brain and is processed in every lobe of the brain. Learn how Brain Injury affects vision and the impacts of visual dysfunction on quality of life, potential and recovery. Key visual systems and skills will be reviewed including eye tracking, teaming, focusing, visual-balance, visual-motor, and visual memory. See how visual rehabilitation can improve visual skills and visual integration after brain injury and significantly improve signs and symptoms of double vision, blurred vision, headaches, dizziness, light sensitivity, decreased depth perception, reduced peripheral vision, poor memory, reduced stamina, poor reading and writing skills. Learn how treating visual deficiencies can improve academic potential, sports skills, activities of daily living, and overall function.
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About Briana Larson, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, FNORA:
Dr. Briana Larson, a developmental optometrist is COVD board certified in vision development and therapy. She completed a post-doctorate clinical residency in vision therapy and rehabilitation with emphasis in pediatric optometry; a credential achieved by less than 1% of optometrists nationwide. In 2012, The American Academy of Optometry inducted her as a Fellow of the Academy. The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA) inducted Dr. Briana Larson as a Fellow (FNORA) during its 2014 Annual Conference at North Carolina. A Fellow (FNORA) designation is recognition of a professional’s highest level of competence in clinical abilities and scientific knowledge in the field of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. Dr. Larson has the distinction of being the lone practicing optometrist in the state of Texas with this exclusive set of Credentials.