New technology improves vision for brain injury patients

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Researchers have developed a new treatment for patients with blindness associated with brain injury often caused by stroke. The computer-delivered therapy called NeuroEyeCoach is designed to improve speed and effectiveness of eye movements to better compensate for the visual field loss. NeuroEyeCoach can be viewed as being the first evidence-based registered medical device accessible to patients…

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New technology improves vision for brain injury patients

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The computer-delivered therapy is designed to improve speed and effectiveness of eye movements to better compensate for visual field loss. The program called NeuroEyeCoach™can be considered to be the first evidence based registered medical device accessible to patients at home or in clinical settings. Published in academic journal Biomed Research International, is a report of…

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How COMPUTERS are helping people with stroke-induced blindness to see: Treatment improves movement and ‘strengthens eyes within weeks’

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By KATE PICKLES FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 01:37 EST, 28 September 2016 | UPDATED: 04:06 EST, 28 September 2016 A new treatment is helping people with stroke-induced blindness achieve major improvements in their vision. Loss of sight due to a brain injury, usually from stroke, affects around a third of stroke survivors. The damage caused by…

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Therapy Times Features VRT as a Beneficial Therapy For Stroke and TBI Patients

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Supplying the Demand: Products for Highly Productive Physical and Occupational Therapists Physical and occupational therapy are two specialties on the rise. With the first Baby Boomers reaching age 60 this year, the resulting increase in middle-aged and elderly people requiring therapy services at some point in their lives makes these healthcare specialties even more important….

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AM New York Reports on the Benefits of NovaVision VRT Shining light on eyesight

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Patients with limited vision may be helped with an unusual computer program that uses “tiny points of light” to stimulate the brain and partially restore eyesight lost to strokes and other forms of trauma. For patients, the painless 40- to 60-minute-a-day treatment involves neither drugs nor surgery and helps restore some vision through a six-month…

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Medical Device Daily: Vision Loss Reduced with VRT Stimulation

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Researchers at the American Academy of Neurology’s (AAN; St. Paul, Minnesota) 58th annual meeting reported positive results from the largest retrospective study conducted to date of stroke and brain trauma patients seeking improvement of vision impairment with NovaVision’s (Boca Raton, Florida) Vision Restoration Therapy (VRT). VRT is based on the concept of neuroplasticity, the ability…

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Wall Street Journal: Therapy Aims to ‘Rewire’ Brains of Stroke Victims; A Revolution in Neuroscience

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  A PROMISING THERAPY is offering hope to patients who have been left partially blind by a stroke. The approach is predicated on a revolution sweeping the field of neurobiology: the discovery that the adult brain isn’t fixed and immutable as once thought, but rather has the ability to “rewire” itself. The new treatment, called…

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New Clinical Study on NeuroEyeCoach Conclusively Supports Meaningful Improvement in Eye Movement Efficiency

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Vycor Medical, Inc. (“Vycor”) (OTCQB-VYCO) reports that a new peer-reviewed study published in “BioMed Research International” shows improvements in visual search following the use of NovaVision’s NeuroEyeCoach. The three-center study was conducted by the School of Psychology of University of Aberdeen, the Neuromotor and Cognitive Rehabilitation Research Center of University of Verona, and the Department…

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