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Restoring Vision Lost After Stroke or Brain Injury

If you have lost a portion of your vision after a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI), NovaVision® Vision Resto

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The Benefits of Novavision's Vision Restoration Therapy

Vision Restoration Therapy can not only help restore lost vision but can also help individuals regain confidence,

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News and Testimonials

Stroke Victim Treated with VRT

Stroke Patient Treated With Vision Restoration Therapy Recovers Vision 53 year old stroke patient is the first patient to use Vision Restoration Therapy at Albert Einstein Medical Center. Patient is positive that he is recovering vision, and plans to continue the therapy until he no longer sees improvement. He can now play ball with his niece and nephew while doing the therapy. His hopes are to be able to drive again. Learn more

TK from Columbus, Ohio

"The stroke really impacted my vision. Reading became very difficult because I could not easily see where the line of text began on the left." "In March 2005, I had a major stroke on the right side of the brain, rendering the left side of my body weak and paralyzed. The stroke really impacted my vision. Reading became very difficult because I could not easily see where the line of text began on the left. I would misread price tags when shopping because I couldn’t see the numbers on the left. Learn more

Patient Access Improves For Vision Restoration Therapy

January 26, 2009 – Boca Raton, FL – NovaVision, Inc. launched a new medical device that will make it far easier for stroke and traumatic brain injury survivors with vision loss to access Vision Restoration Therapy (VRT), the only FDA-cleared therapy option that can restore neurological vision loss. In updating the medical device, NovaVision wanted to focus on two issues of concern for their patients – the cost and location of treatment. By incorporating a diagnostic component for the no Learn more

VRT Patient from Ireland

Vision Lost as a Result of Rraumatic Brain Injury and Stroke is not Always Permanent: A young patient travels to the Levine Cerebral Localization Center to perform Vision Restoration Therapy. The patient suffered a rare type of stroke which effected her vision. The patient details the difficulties of loosing her vision with spatial awareness and her desire to get her independence back. Physicians review the basis of the therapy and neuroplasticity and vision loss. Learn more

Professor with Vision Loss

ABC 6 Reports Former Professor Who Lost Vision Due To Stroke Tells His Story: The former professor describes his vision loss after his stroke while he was enjoying retirement. He speaks about how after the therapy he is able to read a book after his stroke. He is now also able to enjoy gardening after his stroke. Learn more

LA from Gilbert, AZ

"I was in a bad car accident six years ago. As a result of the head-on collision, I suffered many injuries, and my vision was severely impacted." "I was in a bad car accident six years ago. As a result of the head-on collision, I suffered many injuries, and my vision was severely impacted.I became completely blind in my left eye and could only see 50% out of my right eye. I lost all peripheral vision. I learned about vision restoration therapy (VRT) from my bishop who printed off several pages Learn more

LR from La Grange, Tx

"When I first had the stroke, I couldn’t see anything from the diagonal left bottom to diagonal right" "On August 12, 2002, I woke up with the intention of taking a shower and getting ready for work, but I had a headache and noticed the newspaper looked funny when I picked it up off the front porch. I went to my doctor who ordered a cat scan and later informed me I was having a stroke. When I first had the stroke, I couldn’t see anything from the diagonal left bottom to diagonal right top Learn more

Vision Loss Not Always Permanent

Vision lost as a result of traumatic brain injury and stroke is not always permanent: Vision Restoration Therapy helps a stroke patient regain some of his vision after losing some of his visual field due to a stroke. Learn more