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Treatment Options for Vision Loss in South Dakota After a TBI

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) which are caused by a slip and fall, motor vehicle crash, or a sports-related incident can lead to difficulties with vision. Depending on the severity, a blow to the head oftentimes results in:

  • Dry eyes
  • Double vision
  • Visual field loss
  • Dizziness
  • Blurriness
  • Light sensitivity

Contact our experienced South Dakota personal injury attorneys if you are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with a traumatic brain injury.

Thankfully, treatment options are available to those who have been a victim of a TBI and a resultant loss of vision. These treatments include:

  • Vision Therapy: Working with specialists to “exercise” the eyes and develop skills to see and focus better.
  • Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation Therapy: Treatment that includes special lenses, prisms, selective occlusion and vision therapy.
  • Phototherapy Programs: Treatment that incorporates light therapy, including exposure to lights and wavelengths through the use of lasers and fluorescent lamps.

The brain is incredibly delicate—even a minor injury can cause vision problems. However, knowing that the difficulties with your vision are treatable is an important step to feeling and seeing better.

At Zimmer, Duncan & Cole, LLP, we want to speak with you if you are suffering from vision loss due to a traumatic brain injury. Call our office at (888) 733-2992 if you live in South Dakota and wish to speak with a Sioux Falls vision loss lawyer. You should not be burdened with the financial repercussions or the pain and suffering associated with a traumatic brain injury when another is at fault. Call us today. Our experienced South Dakota personal injury lawyers will review your case for free.

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