Traumatic Brain Injury 

Post Trauma Vision Syndrome (PTVS) is the most common visual sequel of TBI. There are
a variety of symptoms which can be divided into in the Physical, Functional and
Emotional areas.
Symptoms of PTVS in varying combinations and intensities are..

Physical 

Headaches

Blur/ double

Light

Noise

Movement

Fatigue

Loss of sleep

Dizzy/balance

Nausea

Tinnitus

Scalp

Sinus blockages

Functional (F) / Cognitive

Attention

Information processing

Visual processing

Memory

Executive functioning 

Language

Concentration

Confidence

Distraction

Abstract thinking

Emotional (E)

Anxiety

Irritation

Frustration

Anger

Mood swings

Restless

Reduced motivation

Life demands

Fidgety

Depression

Patients usually present with a combination of many of the above and needs individual management once the have been identified, the balance between rest and pacing any activity, and finding the limits of fatigue and stress. This is often a multidisciplinary team involving Physiotherapy (who gets you going) and Occupational Therapy (who gets you doing) and Behavioural Optometry (who addresses where and when of life)