Vision is the primary sense that we use to obtain information about our environment and 90% of all learning comes from our visual system. Compromised vision can affect a person’s ability to participate in life tasks, such as caring for oneself, going to school or work, playing sports and living Independently. Vision Therapy can be highly effective, non-surgical treatment for common visual problems. Our skilled Occupational Therapist addresses visual deficits such as diplopia, visual field loss, binocular deficits, and low vision.
At Pro Staff, our therapists often treat both both visual and vestibular deficits together, both which are vital for maintaining a sense of balance.The visual and vestibular systems are closely related both physiologically and functionally and people with dysfunction in one or both systems report feelings of dizziness and/or vertigo.