What is Binocular Vision Dysfunction?
NeuroVisual Specialists have made have made pioneering discoveries into the diagnosis and treatment of Binocular Vision Dysfunction. People suffering from these conditions have a small amount of There are six different muscles controlled by three different cranial nerves that coordinate the movement of each eye. In order to achieve perfect binocular vision and to avoid double vision, the brain and all twelve muscles must work together so that each eye points directly at the object being viewed. When the eyes cannot perform this eye teaming task accurately, this is referred to as binocular vision dysfunction.vision misalignment not found on a routine eye exam.
Their body corrects the misalignment by overusing and straining the eye muscles, causing the symptoms of Binocular Vision Dysfunction.
Typical Symptoms by Category (Click on the symptom title below to expand)
The number and severity of symptoms are different for each person. Some people are disabled; others aren’t bothered much.
Many people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) develop a small amount of eye misalignment from their injury that cause these symptoms.