Adia Mcduffey, COVT
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Aquired Nystagmus after a Stroke

Hello. The VA Hospital has recently admitted a young female soldier who suffered a stroke shortly after Army basic training . Among many other symptoms, she is having extreme vertigo from the…Continue

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Aquired Nystagmus after a Stroke

Hello. The VA Hospital has recently admitted a young female soldier who suffered a stroke shortly after Army basic training . Among many other symptoms, she is having extreme vertigo from the nystagmus.  I have studied this topic a bit when earning certification but I have never worked with a patient who struggled with this. Does anyone have suggestions of exercises or materials that I can study? Thanks.See More
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Certified vision therapist/low vision therapist
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I fell in love with vision therapy and became a certified therapist at the Developmental Vision Center in Charlotte, NC. Working at the Charlie Norwood VAMC has afforded me the opportunity to provide therapy for veterans who are legally blind, victims of stroke and/or TBI. I am studying to become ACVREP certified as a certified low vision therapist (CLVT).
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Vision Issues After Brain Injury: BrainLine Talks with Dr. Gregory Goodrich

BrainLine sat down with Dr. Gregory Goodrich to talk about the problems with vision that can arise after a traumatic brain injury. Dr. Goodrich is the supervisory research psychologist assigned to the VA Western Blind Rehabilitation Center in Palo Alto, California. He also serves as the program coordinator for the Optometric Research Fellowship Program at the VA hospital in Palo Alto.

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