top of page
E Report by optometrist on vision rehabilitaton after concussion and head trauma

Watch this video to learn about the vision problems after head injury


20 Must Have Recovery Tips For Anyone Suffering After A CONCUSSION

What You'll Learn By Reading This E Report...​

  • Find the right words to help you explain to your family, friends, or people at work what you're going through (you may have heard them comment, "you seem fine" if you look and speak normally.  This happens a lot).
  • The critical links between VISION problems, balance, dizziness, reading, and driving problems and how all of this can improve if vision components are treated.
  • Tip #13 - The brilliance of simple children's puzzle blocks that you might want to add to your day.  Scroll below for more.
  • Spare 5 minutes, and you could help ease your eye pain.
  • A BONUS symptom checklist to know if you'll need professional help from our optometrist.
  • "When Recovering From A Brain Injury... NO PAIN NO GAIN, Right?"  WRONG!  Find out why. 
  • 20 Tips, Hints, and Exercises that could bring you back on your feet, leaving you feel empowered, and excited to reclaim your life. 


  • "Turn down those lights.  Too bright."

  • "I need to 'recharge my batteries.'"

  • "Brain fog." 

  • "Blurry vision." 

  • "Can hardly read." 

  • "Can't work." 

  • "Can't even go grocery shopping.  That will put me out of commission for a day..." 

  • "Or even a week."

  • "I can carry on a conversation but inside I'm a wreck."

  • "No one seems to have any clue what I'm going through..."

...If any of this sounds familiar, I suggest you download our E Report which offers 20 FREE tips, hints, and exercises which can help you on your journey to getting your life back.


Download a copy of our Post Concussion E Report Below...

E Report by optometrist on vision rehabilitaton after concussion and head trauma

Tip #13 From The E Report:  

Use Children's Puzzle Blocks (Parquetry Blocks) To Regain Your Spatial Sense


Your spatial sense gives you an idea about up, down, left and right, in and out, near and far.  For many people with concussions, spatial abilities are impaired.  They might not see a coherent "whole" view of an object, and instead have to process tiny chunks of information and then try to join them together.   This affects the ability to drive in unfamiliar places, impairs reading, and if severe enough, it could even make it confusing to fold clothes, tie shoes and put a T shirt on the correct way.

Parquetry Blocks are a mainstay for our vision therapy rooms.  Done right, and at the correct time, these brilliant children's puzzle blocks will improve perceptual abilities.   

vision therapy and visual perception training blocks

The fact that our brains, eyes and bodies just keep working year after year seems like a miracle in itself.

After you've had a concussion, you may not feel like everything is so "automatic" anymore.  


What may have been simple tasks - grocery shopping, reading, driving, hobbies or socializing, may not be so easy now.  


We, at Northwest Vision Development Center have plenty of resources to help those who are suffering.  

We have two approaches...

1) Long term solutions and treatments that can cause lasting improvements.

2) Short term, quick solutions to get you functioning as well as possible fast. 

You might be on a very long and tiring journey already.


So... take small steps, and start with the quick solutions first.

Then as you get more comfortable with those, begin to consider a longer term approach if you still need it.  

Click on the red link below. 


A short form will pop up. 


Fill it out and we will send the E Report straight to your inbox.

E Report by optometrist on vision rehabilitaton after concussion and head trauma


bottom of page