Scientific Publications That Confirm Oculomotor Training

Scientific Publications That Confirm Oculomotor Training

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"90% of brain injured have oculomotor dysfunction" - Ciuffreda et al, Vision Therapy for Oculomotor Dysfunction in Acquired Brain Injury: A Retrospective Analysis. Optometry 2008;79:18-22

"saccades recovered 4x faster with therapy when compared to natural recovery" - Ciuffreda et al, Oculomotor rehabilitation in traumatic brain-injured patients. J Behav Optom 1996;7(2):31-38

"eye movement data is more sensitive and specific for differentiating mTBI from controls than the executive domain score (cognative functions: reading, introspective memory, decision-making, and motor control)" - Kraus. The role of oculomotor function in the assessment of traumatic brain injury IBIA 2013

Saccadic amplitude can be modified in both the normal and dysfunctional populations with 5 minute therapy 6 days a week:

 Model BG, Bedhell HE. Changes in oculometric visual direction induced by the recalibration of saccades. Vision Res 1988;8:329-336

McLaughglin SC. Parmetric adjustment in saccadic eye movements. Percept Psycophys 1967;2:359-362

Vissius G. Adaptive control of Saccadic eye movements. Bibl Ophthalmol 1972;82:244-250

Hallet PE, Lightstone AD. Saccadic eye movements towards stimuli triggered during prior saccades. Vision Res 1976;16:88-106

Kommerrell G, Olivier D, Theopold H. Adaptive programming of phasic and tonic components in saccadic eye movements: investigations in patients with abducens palsy. Invest Ophthalmol 1976;15:657-660

Abel LA, Schmidt D, Dell’Oso LF, Daroff RB. Saccadic system plasticity in humans. Ann Neurol 1978;4:313-318

Tannem B et al, Prevalence of esophoria in concussion patients. J Optom 2019;12,64-68