Microprism Optics has developed a sound form of neuro-rehabilitative optometry that can be used to treat brain issues and restore vision in patients post surgery that a brain injury or concussion. Neuro-rehabilitative optometry can help integrate brain, vision and body function in patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological degenerative diseases.
In neuro-rehabilitative therapy, we rehabilitate the brain for better functioning and coordination of brain, vision and body.
We think of vision in a holistic way, meaning that it has a flow-on effect to all other body operations. The brain is important because it interprets what our eyes see and creates our vision. Therefore, our vision is not just in our eyeballs − it’s a complex capability achieved through the interplay of multiple parts of the body.
Our behavioural optometrist is well versed in scientific theories that explain how the brain can change, heal and learn new ways of functioning through the development of new neural pathways. Combining this with cutting-edge developments in the use of prism glasses, we offer innovative methods of eye rehabilitation.
Due to our expansive knowledge of brain function and its interplay with the eyes and the rest of the body, we can treat vision issues by taking a very unique approach. Dr Michael Christian brings his background in neuroplasticity to the table in order to provide the best post surgery eye rehabilitation care possible to his patients. If you want nothing but the very best in eye care, call us today on (03) 9606 0330 to make an appointment.