Binocular Vision Dysfunction

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Could it Be Your Eyes?

Do you suffer from headaches, dizziness, or blurry vision?  Do you have a hard time reading? Have you experienced a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Have you been diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia, or other learning disability?

Your might be suffering from Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD). With BVD, one eye sees an image differently (vertically, horizontally—or both) than the other eye. The body corrects this by overusing and severely straining the eye muscles, causing the symptoms of BVD which include headaches, blurry vision, dizziness, difficulty with reading, learning and concentrating, and even anxiety in large spaces.

Take the BVD Test

Adult Questionnaire (Age 14 and older)

Youth Questionnaire (Age 13 and under)

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Maggie is more willing to try physical activities like flips on the trampoline. Her ability to read fluidly has improved as well and we’ve only been coming for seven weeks.

– Maggie's Mom