Vision, Perception & EDS

Binocular vision disorders are a perceptual problem with the eye – meaning, that the issues arise from the eye itself having uncoordinated movements. 

BVD’s are present in nearly ALL of our hEDS/HSD population in some form, and as progressive conditions can gradually worsen and go unnoticed during treatment.


The medical community is slowly realizing that BVD’s should be quickly evaluated, and can drastically improve neurological symptoms, and quality of life.


Vision Therapy Success Stories

Binocular Vision – How, What, Who

BVD’s Triggering Anxiety and the Fight/Flight/Freeze Response

After watching even a few of these short videos, do you feel that this is an issue you, your children or a loved one need answers for? 


BVD’s for Professionals

BVD and Vision Therapy are not mysterious or new! All vision specialists and neurologists have had access to this information for decades.

Vision Therapy

Find A F.C.O.V.D. Licensed Doctor of Optometry. And use these videos to find GOOD vision therapy.

What Vision Therapy Is: Not just your average eye program, Find a Provider Near You.

Therapy should not use VR goggles, computer programs, or technicians. Doctor lead therapy can shorten treatment by YEARS through: managing visual changes as the eyes and brain learn in real time, adjusting therapy program on-the-spot for changes to keep the eye-brain and eye-motor learning, and provide skilled integration during the therapy process rather than after the fact.

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