There are many reasons to have dizziness. In this article I want to concentrate on how dizziness may be caused by vision issues. The most common reason for eyes contributing to dizziness is a concussion or a traumatic brain injury. This can occur at any age and even a seemingly minor incident as an infant,[…]
What Are Prisms In Eyeglasses and How Can They Help Me?
Most people’s idea of a prism is the well-known picture of a beam of light entering one side of a triangular piece of glass and being spit up into the rainbow of colors on the other. That is a prismatic effect that glass or plastic has on light. Prisms that are prescribed in eyeglass lenses[…]
Prevention is key! What can you do about Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s is diagnosed by symptoms, brain tests like the MoCA (Montreal Cognitive Assessment) Test, and PET scans which are like MRI’s of the brain. 95% of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s do not get a PET scan because it is not covered by insurance and is expensive. Sometimes a spinal tap is needed to assess Alzheimer’s’[…]
Is a migraine more than just a bad headache?
Migraines are an extraordinarily prevalent neurological disease, affecting 39 million men, women, and children in the U.S. and 1 billion worldwide. 90% of migraine sufferers have it in their families and 85% of all migraineurs are women. Having a migraine is more than a bad headache as it is often accompanied by other disabling symptoms[…]
Can Neuro Glasses Help Traumatic Brain Injuries from Concussions?
The short answer is, Yes! And here is how they work. In a concussion or traumatic brain injury the impact causes your brain to slosh around inside the skull, damaging the finely wired circuitry. While many people recover within three months of a hit to their head, a good percentage do not. Those people need[…]