Younger veterans who have had traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their families will benefit from the present research. Eye-focusing disturbances (also known as accommodative dysfunction), which are commonly found in individuals with mild TBI, can have adverse consequences with respect to both vocational and avocational goals. In addition, such focusing problems can adversely affect progress in other rehabilitation areas. Fortunately, these eye-focusing problems can be treated with good success with optometric vision therapy.
Volume 47 Number 3, 2010
Pages 183 — 200
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