Thanks to the progression of technology in our modern era, we have the great pleasure of providing our patients with much needed vision treatments. There are some cases where an individual needs to undergo surgery. However, there are many cases where all it takes to treat our patients is visual rehabilitation.
Our team at Brain Vision Institute specializes in visual rehabilitation. We are proud to have a great team of professionals that are experts in assisting individuals that are visually disabled. We take great pride in providing our services to residents within the local community. It is of the utmost importance that all of our patients receive the proper treatment in order to improve their vision.
When you decide to inquire our team for assistance, rest assure that you will be working with a friendly staff that has your best interest in mind. Here are a few details we want you to know about regarding visual rehabilitation.
What is visual rehabilitation?Visual rehabilitation is a non-surgical treatment option that assists individuals who are visually disabled. Individuals can become visually disabled because of a disease, a pre-existing medical condition, or an injury by strong force to the face. Visual impairments can cause an individual to not be able to utilize their vision in a proper manner.
Our team specializes in vision rehabilitation through physical treatment/regimes and educational elements. Vision rehabilitation also includes medical allied health, psychological services, optometric, and social advice. When you begin to work with one of our specialists, they will assist you throughout the entire process until you attain maximum function with your vision.
How can it improve vision?Through the different treatment options that are available, visual rehabilitation can improve a patient’s vision in a variety of ways. This process aids in restoring functional ability to individuals that eyeglasses, contact lenses, surgery, or medication cannot treat.
Visual rehabilitation also aides in increasing the vision for those that currently have low vision. Low vision can affect how an individual performs everyday tasks (including, but not limited to) driving, sight seeing, and viewing TV/computer screens.
At our rehabilitation center, we provide tailor made treatments to our patients. While there are some similar cases, each patient may not currently experience the exact same issues with their vision.
Contact our team for more informationWould you like to inquire our team about our visual rehabilitation services? We believe that our patients should always know every single detail of visual rehabilitation and how it will be worth undergoing. We recommend to all of our clients to ask as many questions as they would like.
If you would like to contact our team during our business hours, feel free to call at (630) 429-7553. You can also reach our team via e-mail by visiting our Contact page. We have a short form where you can include as little or as much details as you would like. A team member will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.