STROKE

A stroke can lead to problems with eye movements resulting in both eyes not working together as a pair. This can make it difficult to focus on specific things because of blurred vision as well as diplopia (double vision). Some vision problems after stroke are due to the brain having difficulty processing the information received from the eyes and other senses. This can happen in many ways, for example difficulty recognising objects or people by sight, or recognising colours.

Our experts may be able to improve your eye sight and visual field after a stroke.

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How Prisms worked wonders for Stroke Sufferer Ian.

Ian suffered a life changing stroke which killed the part of his brain that controlled his peripheral vision.

Our latest blog reveals how with the help of prisms and special exercises , we helped Ian achieve outstanding results which ultimately gave him his life back.

SPORT & STROKE VISUAL EFFICIENCY