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Neuro-Optometry Examination

A Neuro-optometry examination is an in-depth look at how the eyes and the brain work together. It is an opportunity to test the important areas of how your vision functions, to see if they are holding you back in your recovery or holding you back in your performance.

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Vision is 70% of the incoming sensory information to your brain and over 90% of your brain is involved in processing vision.

In fact, when different senses are giving conflicting information, your brain will almost always use vision to over-ride the other sense.

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