Neurovisual Treatment in Lake Worth, FL
Eye misalignment can be hereditary or caused by head trauma. Often, the difference between the eyes is imperceptible. Because of this, binocular vision dysfunction is commonly misdiagnosed as chronic migraines or vertigo. If you experience dizziness with eye movement, intense headaches, motion sickness or even anxiety and panic attacks, you may have binocular vision dysfunction.
These slight misalignments make it very difficult for your eyes to work together as a team, forcing your ocular muscles to work extra hard to present clear images. Over time, eye strain and fatigue cause the symptoms of binocular vision dysfunction. They can be debilitating.
How We Can HelpNeuroVisual Specialists of Florida and iSee VisionCare is the only neurovisual specialist in the state of Florida. We treat binocular vision dysfunction in Fort Worth, FL. Dr. Erin Sonneberg, OD, received her training from the top scholar in eye misalignment, Dr. Debby Feinberg of Vision Specialists of Michigan. Today, Dr. Sonneberg’s passion is treating people with these painful conditions, which is why people from all over Florida and around the country visit NeuroVisual Specialists of Florida and iSee VisionCare.
If you think you may suffer from binocular vision dysfunction, we can help. During our initial consultation, we will undertake a comprehensive review of your symptoms. We will then examine the muscles around the eyes, looking for signs of eye strain or fatigue. If we find misalignment, we will likely prescribe prismatic spectacle lenses. These lenses gently realign your eyes, providing relief almost immediately. The treatment is progressive and often requires multiple prescription strengths over two to four months. By the end of your treatment, you should experience complete relief of the symptoms of binocular vision dysfunction.