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Neuro-optometry is a specialized field of optometry that works to retrain and reprogram the brain’s visual processing we rely on to interact and interpret the world we live in after an injury, accident, or health condition. The brain is very elastic and can retrain itself to process visual input properly.  

90% of all concussions result in eye movement dysfunction

I went into to see my eye doctor because I was seeing double vision at nighttime. Speed limit signs in the distance would appear to be double and as I got closer sometimes would become one. They said that there might be something else going on. I was referred to Dr. Spinozzi. He gave me a free eye consultation which was really nice and helpful. The results were horrible. I did multiple eye tracking tests done by very specialized and high tech equipment. It showed my eyes couldn't follow straight lines, circles, etc. In addition, it listed all possible symptoms that result from my specific conditions. Almost all of the symptoms listed — I had. Short attention span, short term memory loss and many others. I was skeptical that treament would work even though my score was like 13/100. After 20 sessions, my vision was corrected. Also, my brain improved, I could read much longer without getting distracted, etc. If you want your vision corrected or want to improve your brain processing power - I without a doubt highly recommend Dr. Spinozzi. Both him and his employee are super great to work with and have helped me tremendously.
Matt P. - Google Review

Traumatic brain injury like a concussion or stroke, or hereditary brain conditions, can prevent normal visual development of the visual system.  

The effects of brain injuries or concussions often present immediately but patients may experience additional vision related challenges months after the incident. 

If you require this type of visual therapy, Dr. Spinozzi will create an individualized treatment plan to effectively treat and rehabilitate any vision issues.

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Monday: 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Tuesday: 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Wednesday: 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Thursday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed