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  • Writer's pictureDr. Christine Squeri

Patient diagnosed with concussion and continues to have eye problems

If you or your child was recently diagnosed with a Traumatic Brain Injury (concussion) and continues to have symptoms visual in nature, such as the ones listed on our Concussion Survey, they may benefit from neuro-optometric therapy, prisms or special lenses.

To determine if any of these treatments may be of benefit, we recommend you schedule a Comprehensive Eye Exam and Post-Concussion Consultation with Dr. Squeri.

There are many people who can help you and your family as your child or teen recovers. You do not have to do it alone. Keep talking with your medical provider, family members, and loved ones about how your child or teen is feeling. If you do not think he or she is getting better, tell your medical provider.

Pediatric Optometry and Vision Care Advice for concussion diagnosis and continues to have eye problems


Our website provides info regarding common eye health conditions that may require specialized care, vision therapy for children or adults with strabismus, convergence insufficiency, or amblyopia performed by an experienced pediatric optometrist / developmental optometrist.

Call 911 to seek help for medical emergencies.

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