Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association

Enhancing Neurological Recovery Through Vision Rehabilitation

Video & Audio Library

How Concussions Work

Video courtesy of Concussion Legacy Foundation


What Happens in your brain after a concussion?

Imagine your brain as a network of all the airports, airplanes and their flight paths around the world. What happens when a “storm” (concussion) occurs?

Video courtesy of FXNL Media


How a concussion affects vision

Dr. Shirley Blanc, B.Sc., O.D., talks with us about the relationship between concussion and visual dysfunction and how vision therapy can help.

Video courtesy of FXNL Media


When a Concussion Leads to Serious Vision Problems

The visual consequences of a mild concussion can become severe, but there is hope. In this short video budding tennis star, Thomas describes his journey beginning with his head injury resulting in his inability to even pick up a tennis racquet to an advanced model of vision rehabilitation.

Video courtesy of WOW Vision Therapy (Grand Rapids, MI)


What is Post-Concussion Syndrome?

Post-Concussion Syndrome, or PCS, is the persistence of concussion symptoms for greater than six weeks post-injury. The majority of concussion symptoms will resolve within about two weeks, and with proper recovery almost all dissipate within a month. In cases where symptoms linger past six weeks, doctors may diagnose Post-Concussion Syndrome.

Video Courtesy of Concussion Legacy Foundation


The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast - Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation, Part 1

Join Optometrist Dr. William Padula and physical therapist Jeremiah Jorgensen for discussion on neuro-optometric rehabilitation. They discuss their stories on how they got to where they are now, what neuro-optometric rehabilitation is and what it can treat, the evidence behind this approach and the limitations of that evidence, top clinical pearls regarding vision rehab for all healthcare providers, and much more!


The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast - Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation, Part 2

Join Optometrist Dr. William Padula and physical therapist Jeremiah Jorgensen for pat 2 of their discussion on neuro-optometric rehabilitation.