How Sports Vision contributed to the development of treatment protocols for Visual Snow Syndrome by Charles Shidlofsky, OD, FCOVD

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Visual Snow Syndrome is a neurological condition that impacts an individual's vision, hearing, and quality of life. Patients see flashing lights, flickering dots, and static, which obstruct their visual field 24/7. There is no relief for them, even when their eyes are closed. It causes many other debilitating visual & non-visual symptoms. This can be devastating for athletes. Once thought to be rare, Visual Snow affects an estimated 2-3% of the world's population. Currently, there are no standard successful treatments for those suffering with VSS. In this presentation, Dr. Shidlofsky will discuss research on Neuro-Vision rehabilitation as a potential treatment for VSS and present some case studies to demonstrate the effectiveness.


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