Kristina Bauer, Executive Director of the Texas Lyme Alliance, interviews Dr. Bill Paula, Padula Institute of Vision. They discuss challenges from neurological changes that can affect vision. Visual symptoms can occur with tick-borne disease (and can be associated with head concussions).
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To download this article, from the January 2020 edition of Primary Care Optometry News, please click on the graphic, or if you’d prefer, you can read it online.
Young man injured by a large heavy object falling to his right shoulder and back. He was taken to the ER and released. The following morning he had difficulty walking. He is demonstrating a Visual Midline Shift Syndrome (VMSS). With the introduction of the yoked prisms the visual midline shifts affecting the center of mass.…
This patient worked for a home improvement store. A ladder fell from the top shelf in the aisle she was walking down striking her on the top of her head. She was taken to the ER and diagnosed with a concussion. Her balance was affected. She has a Visual Midline Shift Syndrome (VMSS). With the…
Patient incurred TBI from a motor vehicle accident with increased abnormal postural tone and Post Trauma Vision Syndrome (PTVS). Upon introduction of prisms there is a neutralization in the postural tone.
This poster, the Affects of Lyme Disease and Visual Processing, was presented at the 2018 The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). Download the full-size poster.
This poster, Visual Evoked Potential as a Screening Biomarker and Fundus Photography to Predict Tick-Borne Disease, was presented at the 2018 The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). Download the full-size poster.