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The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association is pleased to announce the launch of a new blog series in conjunction with Primary Care Optometry News. This blog series is primarily devoted to eye care professionals and other health care professionals who provide rehabilitative services to individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, but is open to all readers. To view the NORA Blog archive, click here. Your comments, feedback and suggestions for future topics are welcomed. Email us at info@noravisionrehab.com

A Closer Look at New Technology: Part 2 – Sports Vision Crossovers

A Closer Look at New Technology: Part 2 – Sports Vision Crossovers

In part 1 of this blog, Dr. Shidlofsky covered some new technology designed for testing and/or training visual and cognitive function. Here, he addresses some new tools from the sports vision world that also have therapeutic applications for brain injury treatment.

A Closer Look at New Technology: Part 1 – Concussion and Visual Function

A Closer Look at New Technology: Part 1 – Concussion and Visual Function

New technology is lowering the barriers to testing and treating patients with brain injuries and other visual function problems. Dr. Charles Shidlofsky reviews some of the creative technologies that optometrists, vision therapists, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation specialists might want to consider for their practices.

Mythbusting: Much of What You Think You Know about Vision Therapy isn’t True

Mythbusting: Much of What You Think You Know about Vision Therapy isn’t True

The field of neuro-optometric rehabilitation and vision therapy is rapidly expanding. This is due to new diagnostic technology and a better understanding of the visual aspects of concussion and other types of brain injury, such as stroke. But primary care optometry referrals for vision therapy lag behind—in part because of myths about this field.