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avmcbellar (@avmcbellar)

Strabismus and Neuroplasticity

Eye Conditions | Last Active: Sep 16 11:49pm | Replies (23)

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Hello @avmcbellar,

By any chance, would you be thinking about VestibularTherapy or something different? Vestibular therapy is especially good if you are having balance, vertigo, or other dizziness issues. I have had Vestibular Therapy and found it very helpful. Here is a YouTube video that helps describe the process,

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Replies to "Hello @avmcbellar, By any chance, would you be thinking about VestibularTherapy or something different? Vestibular therapy..."

Hi Teresa @hopeful33250 thank you for thinking of me. Sorry for the confusion. I was looking for vision therapy to help with strabismus. I have diplopia caused by eye misalignment. Each eye sees a different picture. The nerves of one eye do not function correctly with the muscles of the eye to control the movement. There is evidence of neuroplasticity helping some people with correcting the misalignment. True, vestibular therapy offers relief to sufferers of dizziness and balance issues. There are crystals inside the ears responsible for balance. Somehow for whatever reason these crystals get moved, causing the imbalance and dizziness. Vestibular exercises move the head in hopes of moving the crystals back into place to resolve the dizziness and imbalance. Thank you for the suggestion. I have tried vestibular exercises with a physical therapist. Unfortunately, the crystals in my ears were not the cause of my dizziness and balance problems. Toni

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